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Business Cards

Uber-professional, and highly flexible, this is a design that tells your story, whatever you do. With its 1960s Mad Men-esque aesthetic, it’s perfect for media industries, TV, film, or of course, advertising. Or perhaps a creative freelancer!

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I’m fascinated by the extended font typography from the 50s and early 60s – and yes, I was a huge Mad Men fan! In fact, this design is really for people who loved that whole aesthetic of the advertising world circa that Don Draper era. It’s reminiscent of leather sofas, daytime scotch and utterly incisive creative work.

About the designer

Stephen Turner is a graphic/product designer who grew up in Kent, and graduated from London's Brunel University with a BA in Industrial Design. Steve has a particular interest in brands, and loves everything minimal. When not at a computer, he’ll be playing sport (until injured, probably).