The creative business cards you’ll see below aren’t likely to be the usual everyday business cards handed out at a conference or in a meeting, but a unique promotional tool to attract better brand awareness. With this in mind, we scoured the Web to find the very best examples of unique, multi-purpose business cards to show some amazing and creative ways to really stand out from the crowd. Find inspiration throughout these examples to create your own cool & useful business cards!
These ought to spark a bright idea!
“Our reputation is spotless.”
Just make sure it isn’t the USB stick with your company’s confidential financial information in it.
Anyone for a game of 52 card pickup?
We couldn’t possibly do this showcase without a LEGO reference, could we?
Cheese! (Or cheesy?)
A business card comb that plays classic rock music? This one scores an 11!
The perfect card for a sticky situation.
Who says business can’t be a laugh? These are simply perfect for the Atomic Toy Co. who came up with the idea!
Pick a card… or a lock.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s a business card!
A menu? What’s next, printing business cards on food?
Dogs need to eat too, remember. Down. Sit.
The perfect companion for the coaster business card!
Are you having a giraffe?
“To light your way to our services.”
“We can find you a solution.”
Nutritionist Business Card
Just don’t eat the whole thing before memorizing their phone number!
Just add ink, and everything is now a business card.
Losing an eye should get you out of that 4-hour meeting.
CD Business Card
Just eject this one from your cardholder to stand out in any meeting.
An easy way to get your business in people’s faces. Or mouths.
Stairway to business opportunities
“I’m afraid we have no plaques on our walls.”
May contain traces of business details.
Let the business battle commence!
What can we say? We love LEGO.
“We are a fast moving company.”
“We intend to grow our business.”
No need to shop around.
“We won’t hang you out to dry.”
This one is for your Dad.
Wear your logo (not your heart) on your sleeve.
“If you can’t work it out, we don’t want you to work with you.”
Why not leave a piece of you (or a mini-you) after your meeting?
I can’t do another “measures up” joke after that last one, sorry.
We just need a hammer business card for a complete toolkit now.
Maybe knocking over a few could be a metaphor for a bad day.