Business Cards with Utility
A business card that you can use! A very clever form of branding has been used to produce a cheese grater business card. Makes sense, it’s for a cheese shop in Brazil.
What’s striking is not only the novelty of it being an actual utensil, but it has everything a business card should have. Printed at the top is the logo, name, phone number and address.
Watch this video to see the card in use.
Stylish Foil Printed Business Cards
When you need to make a classy business impression, these black suede onyx business cards will stand out with their brilliant texturing and foil printing.
This suede business card is thicker than a normal one and able to be customized by the team at Clash Graphics of Atlanta, or submit your own print ready file to their website.
They can be foil printed front and back, adding to their outstanding visual appeal.
Soft to the touch, visually appealing, and well designed. These aspects work to make this business card further your branding while providing a memorable and different impact.
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Packaging, Quality Printing and Design
Confection Oven in San Diego, CA together with KLS Graphic Design has created a clean and striking packaging concept and design for their French macarons.
It’s a “cardboard-esque” box in a sleeve with a paper insert gently keeping the macarons separated. To pull the box from the sleeve, there is a branded ribbon riveted to the end.
The sleeve is neatly branded with their logo and name in white lettering on a black background creating a simple, but memorable design.
Book Cover Design and Binding
A book that highlights 64 of the “freshest innovators” in Great Britain has an impressive amount of marketing, thought and ingenuity in its own brilliant and detailed design.
Authored by Viction:workshop and published by Viction:ary, it is titled 64GB. The book and its jacket are bright orange with white lettering and shaped like a device’s memory chip. When you pull the book from the jacket, there are 9 foil rectangles along the top of the soft cover representing contact points.
Logo Design and Printed Materials
A company’s logo design and use should work to strengthen the brand it represents. A great example is the logo and printed material from Omacchaya (translated as “The House of Matcha”), French makers of artisanal Japanese teas.
Their logo, created by mortisedesign.com is inspired by the traditional Japanese KAMON(family crest) and Western architectural aesthetics, combined with the shape of tea to make the logo reflect the company concept. "Connect the East and the West"
The consistent use of black, silver and Omacchaya green on white media throughout all of their printed materials and packaging makes for a stunning contrast to the bright color of their tea selection.
All of the graphic design has been kept simple and clean. Visually, they have succeeded in establishing and strengthening their concept and brand.
Your Printed Material, Designs, and Branding
With a clever concept and well designed marketing strategy, your branding efforts can propel your business to new heights.
Quality printed materials give you the potential to make a tremendous business and branding statement, as you can see in the examples above.
In many cases, it all begins with a logo design and a business card. From there, your only limitation is your own creative vision.Sources:
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