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We just came across another online business card collection, which we think deserves an article on its own:

The title of the collection is “Oh, my God… It even has a watermark!”, obviously named after the famous and fabulous business card scene in American Psycho. For those of you who don’t haven’t seen it yet and for those who can’t get enough of it, watch it in full length on Youtube

The online business card collection http://www.itevenhasawatermark.com is a great inspirational source of uncounted ideas for how to design an outstanding business card (…and for how to present it nicely). With categories for the colors, themes, technique or material of the cards and a section “similar cards” beneath each single portrait. See for yourself. Here are some examples:

Uncle Pear, Agency for Webdesign, Italy

Mixtape Generation, Japan

Chris O’Neil, SassenDesign, Australia

Pao & Lee Design, China

Good Appl.es

Fabien Barral

Valerian Blos

Thielen Designs


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There are some incredible and voluminous business card collections out there in the vastness of the web. Great for inspiration or just for to look and marvel. Here is a selection:

Cool Business Cards Designs (at creativebits.org)
One of the “classical” collections. Recently the bell was sounded for the third round: part 2 und part 3


33 Stunning Business Cards (at Farbwolke.de)
Nice, well-researched collection with a lot of “new” business cards, i.e. not just taken from the other famous galleries.


Businesscards of Bloggers (at brianyerkes.com)
Yes, there ARE bloggers who stick to REAL business cards…


35 Cool and Inspirational Business Card Designs (at crazyleafdesign.com)
Some repetitions, but also some “new” cards.


Art of the Business Card (at dailypoetics.typepad.com)
A very voluminous “classic”, unfortunately a bit laborious to browse.


100 (Really) Creative Business Cards (at webdesignerdepot.com)
A collection of business cards which have been taken from other collections, in all nice, though.


To be continued.

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