by artist Jonathan Shackleton via Looks Like Good Design
That is impressive! Check out Jonathan’s profile on Behance.
Via naldz graphics
A set of business cards made of concrete.
A set of business cards designed for a botique.
A business card inspired by a rubik cube.
A business card imprinted on old fabric.
A business card which looks like an old ticket.
An elegant business card which features a cut-out of the Pall horse that mirrors the logo effect on both sides.
A business card inspired by pop-up greeting cards.
A set of business cards created from milk cartons and other packages, such as cereals, juice cartons etc.
A set of business cards designed for a personal trainer.
A business card printed on a lab slide.
A business card inspired by a cootie catcher.
A head turner business card design created by The New Scene.
Business cards created by Stock Design.
A set of business cards designed by We The Printers.
A set of business cards designed for ACME Studio.
A set of band aid inspired business cards designed for Annalisa Vargiu.
A set of wooden business cards designed for an upscale premium restaurant specializing in beef served in a Japanese style.
A set of matcbox style business cards designed for a webzine about food, and eating experience design.
Business cards inspired by a shave and designed for a barber shop.
A laser cut business card designed for Exit.com.
A set of laser cut business cards for a business/life coach.
A set of business cards designed for a high end Pub in Brooklyn, NY.
A business card imprinted on a vg
A set of cupcake inspired business cards
A set of transparent business cards.
A flexible business card imprinted on a silicone.
A set of business cards designed for the 2nd class air-con tour bus service company Chumpae Bus.
A set of wooden business cards designed for an incense company in Taiwan.
A set of business cards designed for a photography business.
A business card designed for Paul Castellaneta.
Very peaceful and relaxing. I would buy it.
This concept is pretty amusing if you ask me.
This is an ongoing project by Graham Smith showing what would happen if popular companies and competitors swapped logos. Very nice! Visit his site for many more.
Vancouver photographer, Dina Goldstein takes a look at our favorites childhood icons through a different lens. Within her latest series, “In The Dollhouse”, Dina revealed an alternate ending for Barbie and Ken. Her works is studied in high schools and universities! To see more of Dina’s work, check out her website.
“‘In the doll house’ examines the less than perfect life of B and K. B is a super doll, the most successful doll in the world. Her partner K is grappling with his sexuality and finds himself in a loveless marriage. He struggles with his position in the household and faces his lack of authenticity.” – Dina Goldstein
I’m not all about the concept but I enjoy the photography for sure. I thought I would share what I found.
but who ever said they were? I’m just kidding. My boyfriend is pretty wonderful but he seems to think I spend too much time on my computer and my phone updating my blog, checking email, on social networks, etc. I disagree and think that if I spend too much time on my devices then he spends too much time with his X-box. So, we’ve made an agreement. Starting tonight, he is packing away his Xbox until Saturday morning and I will be avoiding all social networks, games and yes, my blog. However, I am not okay with giving up my blog for a week so we decided that I could prepare 5 blog posts in advance for each day of the week and post them from my phone each day. Meaning, I will be posting but I am not allowed to comment. He doesn’t think I’ll make it but I am going to prove him wrong. So, wish me luck and don’t desert me! I will answer comments at the end of the week or this weekend, promise.
Thanks for your support!