Most Creative Business Cards That Will Attract your Customers

Get your customers attracted with your design skills & impress with creative business cards, see some wonderful shapes, materials used in modern business cards

Irrespective of the type of your business, business cards play a leading role in the growth and popularity of your business. Business owners are competing heavily with each other on the internet and your business card can make you stand out from the crazy crowd. Everyone is putting in creative ways to attract and retain the attention of clients.

People are always brainstorming to come up with unique cards which will perhaps be emulated by others. Today we are presenting the top 50 creative business cards which will mesmerize your clients totally.

1. Laser cut business card


 2. German Torres


 3. Face to a name


Putting a face to a name is an innovative idea brought out by Reactor.

4. Black and white pattern with a gold name logo


5. Relaciones Publicas


 6. Tabs


If many individuals from a firm are handing out business cards, this kind of tab style will allow easy organization for recipients.

7. Vitor Bonates


This card has been created by designer Vitor Bonates, who is also a music lover.

8. Business card by Moises Guillen


 9. QR Codes


This is a creation by Thomas Low.

10. Business cards by Sandrine Abraham


11. Stencil


Stencil is an eye-catching design by David Gasperini.

12. BDH Millwork


Leftover wood provides the material for a creative business card made by Wax-an advertising studio from Canada.

13. Martina Cavalieri’s creation


 14. Custom Die Cut Cupcake


 15. Your url


If you want to emphasize your presence on the web for a corporate or personal brand, this business card can clearly make a statement.

16. Powell Peralta


This design has been created by the amazing bunch at JukeboxPrint and is an ideal skateboard business card.

17. Phyllis Gan Business Card


18. Hands business card


 19. Hacker


If you’re a web freak or a coder, this is the best way to present your skills.

 20.Stationery Business Card


21. Bon Vivant


This is a creative business card made by ad agency JWT for Brazilian cheese outlet-Bon Vivant.

22. Lilla Bolecz’s business card


 23. PostFaust Business Card


 24. Not only a card


This is not only a card as it has real lawn seeds and is created by creative agency STRUCK.

25. Engraved


Engraved business card has been created by designer John T Kim from New York.

26. Matthieu Rossat’s business card


 27. Simon Wenger


 28. Hungry


A cute business card which you’d probably like to eat.

29. Bentply


This card has been designed by designer Richard C Evans for London-based furniture outlet Bentply.

30. Francesca Sardigna’s creation


 31. Fuelhaus Business Card


 32. Snack Time


Designed by folks at Canada-based Rethink.

33. Greek


This business card has been designed by creative agency DraftFCB from Cape Town.

34. Federica Sutera’s creation


 35. Jake Mates Business Card


 36. Useful


A business card that can be used as a tool.

37. Choko La


This is the second collection in the list by Draft FCB.

38. Christian Vogtlin’s card


 39. Pierre Desmarias


 40. Natural


This card has a wooden design which makes it natural.

41. Elena Mirosedina


This outstanding design has been created by Ukraine-based graphic designer Tanya Kozlova.

42. Marina Marjina’s business card


 43. Leafy Die Cut


 44. Stretch it out


This card has to be stretched so that you can read it.

45. Business Card by Jill Lockhart


 46. Custom Letterpress Design


 47. Photo Genius


 48. Business card by Leo Mesa


 49.Carrie Wong Business Card


 50. Clear


This is a transparent style card.


Surreal Scenes without Photoshop

South Korean artist JeeYoung Lee creates extraordinary surreal scenes (Non-Digital) in her small 3 x 6 m studio. That’s right! She turns her small studio room into dreamscapes without using Photoshop. She adds plastic creativity and theatrical performance to it, in order to blow life into her immense needs of expression, and interrogation.

Jackie Chan portrait made of 64,000 Chopsticks

Hong Yi, aka “Red“, is a Malaysian artist-architect who was commissioned to work on an art piece for Jackie Chan’s 60th birthday. She spent a month collecting 64,000 chopsticks, in Zhejiang and in Beijing. She tied them into different bundle sizes with strings, and then hung them on a steel frame. The installation is best viewed from the front, where the portrait is most visible. Make sure to watch the video below.


Ceramic Art by Katharine Morling

Katharine Morling is an award-winning artist working in the medium of ceramics. She set up her studio in 2003 and has since gained international acclaim for her work. Katharine says, “My work can be described as 3 dimensional drawings, in the medium of ceramics. Each piece, on the surface, an inanimate object, has been given layers of emotion and embedded with stories, which are open for interpretation in the viewer’s mind. When put together, the pieces combine to make a tableau staging the still lives of everyday objects. The life size pieces and the unexpectedness of the scale create a slightly surreal experience as you walk through this strange environment. I work very instinctively, one piece leads to the next, I try not to pin down what I am doing or even why. I have to trust and believe that I can communicate through this medium. My searching is never complete; each piece is a journey for answers that are only hinted at, with more questions.”

The Tea Calendar

The Hälssen & Lyon tea calendar developed by the Hamburg based creative agency Kolle Rebbe, is the first calendar in the world to feature calendar days made from tea leaves. Finely flavored and thinly pressed thanks to an innovative new production process, the 365 calendar days can be individually detached and brewed directly in the cup with hot water. It all started with the idea to merge the traditional product tea with one of the world’s oldest promotional gifts, the calendar. And it led to the creation of a unique annual calendar – made of real tea. Check out the video below.




Classic Business Cards Of Tech Legends

While you have plenty of options to leave an impression online, offline, the business card still serves a primary use for the “here’s how you can contact me” approach. There are plenty of very interesting business card designs but if you have ever wondered what the business cards of tech legends like Bill Gates and Steve Wozniak looked like, have we got a compilation for you.

Below are 15 name cards belonging to people who have made a huge mark in the online and tech world. These names are probably not unfamiliar to the lot of you even though the designs really reflect the days of yesteryears. Some cards exude formality, others a sense of cheekiness. How far they’ve come from the days these business cards were making their rounds.

Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook. The co-founder and CEO of Facebook has the world at his fingertips and made himself clear to the world with the phrase “I’m CEO, Bitch” on his name card. (Image Source: anthonylee)

mark zuckerberg

Steve Jobs, Apple. Back in the day, the founder of Apple went by with a relatively simple name card. (Image Source: ofisyasami)

steve jobs

Jerry Yang, Yahoo!. The chief of Yahoo opted for a more fun approach with his name card. And just look at that email: You can’t find emails like that anymore. (Image Source: bitrebels)

jerry yang

Eric Schmidt, Google. Google’s former CEO and now executive chairman used a formal and simple name card to introduce himself to fellow businessmen. The color for g seemed a little different though. (Image Source: bitrebels)

eric schmidt

Bill Gates, Microsoft. The backbone of Microsoft used bright orange as the colour palette for his name card. He even used his given name, William. (Image Source: designtaxi)

bill gates

Larry Page, Google. The co-founder and CEO of Google, Larry Page made sure everyone knew the company he was working for with the massive Google! logo in the centre. (Image Source: businessinsider)

larry page

Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple. Wozniak went for a different approach as compared to Jobs. The co-founder of Apple opted for a metallic, almost credit-card-like feel for his name card. (Image Source: topdesignmag)

steve wozniak

Evan Williams, Twitter. Williams went for a very simple design for his business card. It looks like it is made from recycled paper! (Image Source: clubsoda)

evan williams

Mitchell Baker, Mozilla. Mozilla’s former chairman bore the original dinosaur logo of Mozilla on her business card. (Image Source: lizardwrangler)

mitchell baker

Meg Whitman, HP. CEO of Hewlett-Packard keeping it simple with her business card. (Image Source: startiger)

meg whitman

Tim Berners-Lee, founder of WWW. A man that many people thank today for inventing the world wide web, Berners-Lee went by with this classic business card design. (Image Source: telenet)

tim berners-lee

Kevin Mitnick, ‘World’s Most Wanted’ hacker. Even the world’s most wanted hacker had his very own business card! It certainly is made to impress! (Image Source: acumendesign)

kevin mitnick

Richard Stallman, GNU. Stallman is known for his free software movement and for launching the GNU project – and less on his unusual sense of humor. (Image Source: cngulu)

richard stallman

Wright Brothers, Cycle Company. The Wright brothers were known to have built the world’s first successful airplane. This was the name card they used when they started their own company. (Image Source: psprint)

wright brothers

John Donahoe, eBay. eBay is famous for being a successful platform for online shopping. The CEO used a classic design for his business card. (Image Source: auctiva)

john donahoe

Fun Arts Made By Everyday Objects and Foods

Reality can be a bore sometimes, which is why most of us are grateful for the creative sparks generated by artists like Victor Nunes. Nunes stretches his imagination, and yours, turning everyday objects like pen caps, biscuits and rubber bands into caricatures of life – well, part of it, at least.

everyday objects foods art
(Image Source: Victor Nunes Faces)

As an expert on creativity, Victor Nunes has been mashing 2D drawings on paper, together with common, everyday objects to give it a twist. Here we’ve selected 12 of them to show you what we mean, and how fun things can be when imagination comes to the surface.

Rubber Band. The is a perfect first example to showcase the artist’s capability – he can bend the rubber bands and his creative nerves to make all sorts of playful art (except for the noose, of course).

rubber band

Bottle Cap. To have fun with everyday objects, you just need to imagine all of the potential functions of it, like how a simple red bottle cap can be turned into an ON button.

bottle cap

Cork Plug. What can make with a cork plug? Apparently, a lot of wine-related creative mash-ups.

cork plug

Pen Cap. Next time you are bored in class, maybe try to make have some fun with your pen caps. Here are a few ideas.

pen cap

Razor. Isn’t it impressive how the artist can come up with both a cool racer and a snail using the same razor?


Clothespin. Turn a regular clothespin into a duck bill or a crocodile, or more.

cloth peg

Popcorn. Think popcorn is too random to be turned into art? Who would have thought popcorn can be turned into faces. Check these out.


Dried Apricot. Never expected to see so many drawings made with dried apricots in my life. Talk about boundless imagination!

dried apricot

Walnut. A personal favorite, as they fit the artworks almost perfectly. Particularly the BBQ chicken. Yummy!


Breadstick. Now you see the artist’s trick – think of the breadstick as part of bigger entity.


Biscuit. Proof that you can play with your food (that’s right, mom) and there’s nothing wrong with it.


Chips. You cannot unsee chips for what they can be now. Is that a face on the potato chip?


Funny Ads for Inspiration

In many settings advertisements tend to be ignored or overlooked. When flipping through a magazine you probably skip past the ads unless something really catches your attention. The same thing applies when it comes to driving by billboards, browsing online, or interacting anywhere else where ads appear.

One approach for ad designers to capture the attention and interest of viewers is to use humor. Most of us will stop and pay attention to ads if they grab our attention and make us laugh.

In this post we’ll showcase 30 examples of advertisements that user humor to make an impact on viewers.

Nikon: Face Detect

Nikon: Face Detect

Nikon: Face Detect

Nikon: Face Detect

Sauber Pantyhose: Robber

Sauber Pantyhose: Robber

Nutri Balance: Husband

Nutri Balance: Husband

Softlan Ultra: Wrestling

Softlan Ultra: Wrestling

Colgate Plax

Colgate Plax

Wolf Hot Sauce: Hand Dryer

Wolf Hot Sauce: Hand Dryer

Nu-Way Weiners: Uncle Sam

Nu-Way Weiners: Uncle Sam

The Sunday Times: Sport Rich List

The Sunday Times: Sport Rich List

Surfrider Foundation: Bottle

Surfrider Foundation: Bottle

Panasonic Nose Trimmer

Panasonic Nose Trimmer

Softlan Ultra: Rugby

Softlan Ultra: Rugby

Zoom from Olympus

Zoom from Olympus

8in1 Dental Snacks: Bad Dog Breath

8in1 Dental Snacks: Bad Dog Breath

Suplicy Cafe: Chemistry Genius

Suplicy Cafe: Chemistry Genius

Pattex Superglue: Mousetrap

Pattex Superglue: Mousetrap

Fujifilm Finepix Cameras: Poker

Fujifilm Finepix Cameras: Poker

Bose Noise Reduction Headphones: Waterfall

Bose Noise Reduction Headphones: Waterfall

Kagatani Knife: Kitchen

Kagatani Knife: Kitchen

Glassex Window Cleaner: Magician

Glassex Window Cleaner: Magician

WMF Knives: Fly

WMF Knives: Fly

Lamborghini Tractors: Farmer

Lamborghini Tractors: Farmer

McDonald’s: Cinderella

McDonald's: Cinderella

Sony: Theatre Atmosphere

Sony: Theatre Atmosphere

Dulcolax: Rats

Dulcolax: Rats

Pringles Hot & Spicy: Hot Air Balloon

Pringles Hot & Spicy: Hot Air Balloon

Eurostar: The Barber

Eurostar: The Barber

Arena Swimwear: Predator

Arena Swimwear: Predator

Burger King: Real Big Burgers

Burger King: Real Big Burgers

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