Freelance photographer Hugo Fernandez wanted a distinct business card that quickly and effectively told people what he did for a living. So Low Ink Studio created a transparent card that simulates what you see when looking through the viewfinder of a camera. Except that instead of details on exposure and settings…
Business cards are so boring. Name, contact info, company, yadda yadda snooze. Is it possible to stand out without being a giant, self-important dickwad? Sure! Be like this guy, his business card slickly contains all the contact information you need from just his e-mail.
Tamiya, a Japanese model kit maker, has a business card that's really a plastic transformer. As in, you can build a toy plane, boat, or car from the pieces on the card. Hopefully you'll remember their contact info afterward.
Forget obsessing over stock and fussing over fonts. There's no point. Because Ramiro Pareja Veredas has created the ultimate business card. It's a circuit board that displays all your relevant info, and it's got a fancy trick up its sleeve.
If you are in a profession that involves tools, this caliper business card will certainly get you noticed. And the good news is that if you have access to a laser cutter you can easily make one yourself.
E is a social networking tool that makes it easy to trade business cards, personal info and automatically connect to each other on most social networking sites. And yes, there's an iPhone app.
It must be miniature day today at the Giz—maybe because we all feel like getting small this weekend—but this Mini Desktop Filing Cabinet will go perfectly with those diminutive chair models we showed you earlier. There's a difference, though. This scale model might actually serve a practical purpose; it's made for…