You'll Need a Microscope To Read the Fine Print on These Business Cards

Italian ad agency Enfants Terribles specializes in viral advertising. And to practice what they preach, the company's business cards are printed on lab slides and feature a fake company name—Ebolaindustries—and pseudonyms for all its staff, like Mrs. Grey.

If you want to know Mrs. Grey's real identity, you'll have to place the business card under a real working microscope where her actual name has been printed smaller than can be seen with the naked eye. Maybe a little annoying if—like everyone else on Earth who isn't a scientist—you don't have a microscope at your desk. But a clever idea that's successfully spreading the company's work across the internet—in what some might call a 'viral' fashion.

You'll Need a Microscope To Read the Fine Print on These Business Cards

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