This design has all the best features of an outdoor ad—in the form of a business card. Its durable plastic body resists damage from water and weather. The front side of the card is printed to look like an outdoor sign spray painted on a brick wall, which is fitting since it’s for an outdoor ad company. The fonts provide the finishing touch: a logo that looks a lot like graffiti. Designed by CompanyFolders.com.
The Brewin’ Apps business card is 2″x 2″, die-cut card, printed onto 130lb/352gsm McCoy Silk Cover. The business card has a dull aqueous coating, and strike-through varnish on the logo, white angled stroke, and the contact info on the other side.
The McCoy Silk Cover has a cool almost plastic feel being flexible and yet durable.
Dario Monetini printed his business cards on a trasparent plastic, there’s a set of different objects you can use to put in front of the face of your friends to have a kind funny version of an analogic photoshop!
The Dash business cards are printed on clear plastic, transparent PVC. The card thickness is 400 micron and is 8×5 cm.
Alex Pankratov business cards are engraved in white ink on Plike, laminated back to back to Fibermark Touche and then die cut with 1 mm corner radius, Plike is a “plastic like” paper and Touche is a suede like stock.