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Local building art can be all too fleeting – so photographer and blogger Mark Carroll captures the doorway art of Shoreditch.
With a bold, simple colour palette, Hacked Relationship Advice have created a clean, welcoming Business Card that says "Let's talk!".
Self taught artist Gemgirlart aka Michelle Pryde, was all about Business Cards and MiniCards - and then she discovered Stickers.
Farrell Photography used their logo on their new cards - with a simple, vibrant palette to give their business identity a fresh perspective.
Incorporating player silhouettes from five main sports, Fantasy Sports Portal's business cards graphically show what they are all about.
Without photography or a strong brand identity, Eric worked with a designer to develop a simple motif to use for his business card design.
Emedikon's Business Card design is clean, colourful and light - a simple design that matches their straightforward approach to business.
When your product line is always changing, traditional printers can leave you with a useless mass of out-of-date cards. But not MOO!
DIGDEEP wanted to change the way people think about water. That’s why they thought hard about the symbolism of their logo – and it looks amazing on Luxe!
Using traditional black and white photographs and MOO's Printfinity technology, Dan was able to showcase the best shots in his portfolio.
If the nature of your work is complex, it's often simpler to explain it with an image. That's what California's Creative Commons did.
We’re coding geeks here at MOO, so you can see why we all went crazy for Jonny Campbell’s HTML-inspired Business Cards.