Business Card Designs
by Daniel Will-Harris
I'm available for work no matter where in the world you are. If you're interested in having me work for you, just drop me a note.
Here's my latest business card. My previous card had been
simple, but I had much more information to include this time and knew it would be crowded--so I made the most out of it and made it busy as well! This isn't my real phone number, so use e-mail to contact me. Typefaces: Poster Inline and Solid from Jonathan Macagba (available through Monotype's Type Designers of the World collection, and Gill Sans, also from Monotype. Go to top...
Toni's business card features a pen scanned from a copyright-free
book of clip art and type set in Nicolas Cochin from URW (also available on the Corel Draw 5 and 6 CD). Toni and Daniel worked on the design together, and added the splat at the bottom, which used to be Daniel's logo before he created his caricature. Go to top...
Rick Karvasales is perhaps the world's greatest realtor. I'm not kidding. He's smart, honest, conscientious--a good person as well as a good realtor. OK, enough gushing
about Rick--if you want to find a house in the SF Bay area, Marin County in particular, give him a call 415-488-9704. Typeface: Carol Twombly's (overused but still wonderful) Lithos from Adobe. Go to top...
Pauline Lomas is a writer who wanted an elegant card with a subtle message. Typeface: Shelly Allegro.
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Janis MackMiller asked me to design a card that, if picked up from the floor of the Mall of America, would clearly tell the recipient what Pinnacle Solutions does. To do all that, I created a mini-brochure that fits inside a folding business card.
The front of this folding card:
The back of the card:
The inside of the card:
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