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We wouldn't expect any less than full-power creativity from an artist like Karine Ardault, but her attention to detail is truly inspiring.
Working with a graphic designer, the Kulkarni Law Firm used the deep red of their logo to create a suitably distinguished design.
The simplest way to explain the quality of your work is to show it off - Meridian Homes treat their Business Cards as a portable portfolio.
Mind the Wall is an online art gallery that seamlessly blends local artists and limited edition retail with a little bit of MOO magic.
It can be difficult standing out in a crowd, especially among attention-seeking actors. Luckily, Sam Hopkins had some bright ideas.
As a studio photographer, work isn't over until the shots are printed and packaged. Here's a economical way to brand your work.
Rima Darwash's sumptuous range of bespoke Business Cards capture show her clients on the happiest day of their lives.
To underline what they do, APEX have added a ruler to the bottom of their Business Cards, and as you can see, they measure up rather well.
Celebrity photographer Mat Szwajkos offers some useful tips and advice on how to make your branding stand out from everybody else's.
Photographer Claire Phipps needed to raise money - and what better way than selling festive cards with her beloved dogs on the front?
Gianfranco uses MOO Postcards in a totally innovative way, turning them into great looking name badges for conferences.
If the nature of your work is complex, it's often simpler to explain it with an image. That's what California's Creative Commons did.