8 Tips to Design Original Business Cards

In today’s digital age, a business card has to be super creative to make a powerful first impression. You’ll have to think outside the box to come up with a design that represents your brand and makes clients want to keep your card for years to come.

That’s where this guide to business card design comes in. The team at Company Folders has compiled all their design wisdom to bring you the newest, coolest, and most inspiring business card ideas around. Read on to learn how you can wow clients with a 3D design, feed them with an edible card, and much more.

Pop Art Font Set – Gibon Font Family: Complete Comic Book Lettering Kit

The Gibon Comic Book Lettering Kit is a funky pop art and comic book font, which is available with an 87% saving! Included in the set are multiple weights and styles. Moreover, you can even add emphasis to certain phrases with Gibon Heavy or bold styles.

Additionally, the set comes complete with different styles that were designed to overlay in a layered fashion. Likewise, you can take advantage of 3D effects with SFX elements and styles. Uniquely, this set comes with a ‘speech balloons’ feature together with comic-book style all-caps styling. Also, notably this typeface set has OpenType features like contextual alternates, too!* See a few examples of how the font looks below…

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Astonishing Stockholm Subway Art

The Stockholm County Metro Subway in Sweden is quite an architectural marvel; I think you’ll agree. The subway system has 100 uniquely-designed stations, with 47 underground and 53 above ground level. After occasionally traveling on the boring, non-decorated London Tube, I can attest to how much I admire this stunning architecture. From painted tunnels, rainbows, red walls and mood-lit spaces, this “subway art” is simply astonishing…

stockholm blue wall painting

Goodnight Hong Kong, London, New York, Sydney

Goodnight Hong Kong, London, New York and Sydney; these stunning birds-eye view photographs do these great cities justice (above shot is of Hong Kong). At night, the appearance of megacities really comes alive when lit-up by their fluorescent counterparts: