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Meet freelance designer and illustrator, Tim Easley. Tim’s used MiniCards to print illustrations that interlink to build a city.

This American graphic designer is on a mission to add value to the world by thoughtful and engaging design. He uses Luxe business cards for maximum impact.

This Creative Director dressed to impress potential clients by putting a fun spin on his promotional Luxe Business Cards.

Rebranding with an intelligent twist, discover how this designer and art director created bespoke Letterheads, Notecards and Business Cards.

Designers and typographers take note! These agencies show their business off with MiniCard portfolios and a Postcard competition.

Strange London are a multi-disciplinary design agency who specialise in new technology - and Printfinity!

We’re coding geeks here at MOO, so you can see why we all went crazy for Jonny Campbell’s HTML-inspired Business Cards.

Jamie Greig wanted to read a cycling blog that was passionate and stylishly designed. There wasn’t one, so he made his own!

Food photographer Stephanie Salo shows us how she makes her tasty mailouts, with home baked cookies and a little bit of printed magic.

A business with a strong and memorable logo is a powerful prospect – so you might as well make as much use of it as possible!

The Downtown Custom Printwear team included 5 designs for the 'front' of their Business Cards, each with a different silhouette.

Mind the Wall is an online art gallery that seamlessly blends local artists and limited edition retail with a little bit of MOO magic.

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