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5 Best Name Card Design Marvels To Draw Inspiration From

9 May

5 Best Name Card Design Marvels To Draw Inspiration From

Coming up with a name card design can be quite challenging, especially when it’s the first time you are trying your hand at it. It’s difficult to come up with concepts of your own at times, that’s why one should never be afraid to draw inspiration from their surroundings. Here are 5 of the most inspiring name card design marvels to inspire yourself with:

Jukebox Print
Jukebox Print’s attention to detail has made their products highly sought after by everyone. As evident in their design for The Fox Yards Company, they are truly the masters of 3D embossed name card design! Who knew so much could be achieved with letterpress name cards? They are truly in their own element with this one.

Simon Featherston
A well known freelance lighting designer/programmer with experience in LED technology creatively tied his profession to his name card design with LED patterns and gradient colours as well as cool tones. He demonstrates both innovation and relevancy in his relevant name card designs and can surely be admired for his creative spirit.

Print & Grain
Print & Grain are most noticed for letterpress namecards with excellent typography, spatial design and colour theory. For an example of what they could achieve, take a look at the name card they designed for Nili Studios! If you are looking for fresh design that works well for highly individualistic entrepreneurs, their design and aesthetic knowledge are definitely the best source to inspire yourself with!

Luke Lucas
Typographer/Graphic Designer Luke Lucas certainly knows how to turn heads with his name card design. Not only is he innovative, the graphic designer also understands the rewards of taking risks. One of his name cards were printed with phosphorescent ink, illuminating the dimness with a bright shine in a striking and bold effect that works well with the font he’d used to tie in all name card design elements.

Elegante Press
No stranger to unconventional name card design, Elegante Press has collaborated with quite an interesting customer base. One of it’s most notable collaborations would be with Designer Richard C Evans on Bentply’s name card, a letterpress name card that could be bent and folded into a mini plywood chair. Beautifully designed, beautifully executed!

These 5 creative and diverse sources have certainly been responsible for creating some of the most visually appealing name card design. Take a look at what they have produced. How can you apply some of the elements into your own name cards?

 

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