June 13, 2012

Sharing some art with TEKST Artist

We’re always looking for fun or innovative ways that our customers use our products, so when this tweet by @TEKSTArtist turned up on the MOO Twitter feed, curiosity kicked in and we went to have a look:

We were greeted by a wonderful picture of some MOO Business Cards and a great story about how they are used as miniature artwork prints that can be given away. Of course, at risk of being a bit cheeky, we immediately tweeted TEKSTArtist to see if it was OK for us to have one.

A quick swap of address and a couple of weeks later we were delighted to get some post from the US. Inside were these wonderful miniature art prints:

The cards looked even better in person and the striking effect of the words being twisted to form images really stood out. We loved this alternative use for MOO Business Cards and can’t say thanks enough to TEKSTArtist for sending them to us!

What other interesting uses would you have for MOO products? Leave us a comment below because we’d love to know more.

  • Caroline says:

    I used your printfinity option to get a custom deck of playing cards printed at business card size. They came out fantastically, and ever since I haven’t been able to stop raving about this site to my design friends. 🙂

  • I have a Limousine company and I used Moo to do what I wanted. Everyone loves these cards. Very easy to use, great quality and the rounded corners keeps the cards from hiding with all of the other square guys… Who wants to be square anyway.

  • Paulette says:

    I love this idea.
    I am a photographer myself, and wanted a wide variety of pictures, as I use a wide variety of subjects. For my own cards I decided to have all 50 different. They creates great talking points when I get them out, and I try to give one that suits the business or personality of the receiver. I often get people asking if they are collector cards? Just a thought! I may just do that…

  • Nish says:

    Good stuff! Moo cards can be used in so many ways. I use Moo Luxe business cards for hang tags. I punch eyelets into them and hang them on our tees. They turned out great. You can see a pic on the about page: http://www.nishology.com/about

  • Celia says:

    what a great idea! I would like to use moo to print some (photos of) my kids artwork and then frame the collection!

  • I’m impressed with my MOO cards and so is everyone I’ve shown them to. I
    use my cards as a talking point when I give one to a potential client. It gives
    me a casual way to show my other mosaic work…it’s like having a small
    Thanks MOO

  • Neil Coombs says:

    I have used Moo cards to make collectable ‘Surreal Phantom’ trading cards that link to my forthcoming exhibition and also are being given as free gifts to anyone who orders a book from Dark Windows Press. More information here: http://darkwindowspress.com/?p=254

  • Matt says:

    They look fantastic!

  • What a great idea! I’m defo gonna do this. I already have my individual Moo biz cards of my artwork/photography. Thanks Moo and TEKSTartist x

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