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Without photography or a strong brand identity, Eric worked with a designer to develop a simple motif to use for his business card design.
Farrell Photography used their logo on their new cards - with a simple, vibrant palette to give their business identity a fresh perspective.
FreeFall Radio plays fresh, upbeat and electric music, and their design reflects the vibrancy of their output, with a classic transmitter logo.
Graphic designer Susan Wei turned her love of travelling into a trip down memory lane, in these unique wedding invite Postcards.
Take a moment to look at things from your clients' perspective and increase your chances of being remembered - and appreciated!
Look at what former magazine art director-turned-photographer Clint Davis did to ensure that potential clients would give him a try.
The internet helps illustrators work with clients all over the world, but sometimes it takes a physical nudge to get yourself noticed, says Jonny.
The Santa Barbara Silver Safari website is full of divine photography, showcased by owner Meredith Klassen on her new Business Cards.
Hancoli sell their jewellery on their website and through Etsy, and their business cards capture the shine and sparkle of their products.
Spreadshirt thrives on their creative customers, and has found a way to celebrate their creations with a set of colourful Business Cards.
ALL: After all that wedding planning, the big day just whooshes past. Make the most of the memories by sharing your pics with friends.
Photographer Janell Wood uses her best photographs for the front of her cards using Printfinity, so she can carry her portfolio in her pocket.