37 Beautiful Letterpress Business Cards

by on 5th June 2009 with 27 Comments

Designing business cards can be tricky, because it’s always difficult to make one which stands out from the hundreds of others in circulation! Letterpress definitely brings a new dimension to business cards.

If you are looking to have a few printed, here are a range of catchy letterpress designs for inspiration. The idea of depth and an embossed logo add a completely new element, and could well be the best way to really make an impression.

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Comments & Discussion

27 Comments

  • http://www.dolcepress.com/products/custom Dolce Press

    Wow, so nice to see so many of our letterpress business cards featured on this list. Thanks for including us!

    Thanks,
    Printers/Designers @ Dolce Press

  • http://www.hisubash.com Aneslin

    excellent collection and great designs.
    thx for the share brov

  • http://www.vezitka.ru sibiyar

    Thanks for great collection.

  • longdigga

    WOW! its nice to see that Dolce Press made it up there, when they have straight riped off some designs by Elum Designs.
    Good Job! Dolce!

    http://elumdesigns.com/letterpress/suite/quilted-blankies-birth-announcement/45/

    http://www.elumdesigns.com/letterpress/suite/lucidity-letterpress-wedding-invitation/71/

  • Jim Smith

    Bonita colección. Recomiendo http://www.cardonizer.com para más inspiración

  • http://www.aswaam.com Products in Tunisia

    Very very cool i like the electric green edges card

  • http://www.smokeproofpress.com Brad

    Thanks a million for including a few of our cards in this collection! Feels good as a small studio to be in such company.

  • http://www.mushroomdigital.co.uk website design

    absolutely stunning designs. This has given me alot of inspiration for package I would love to roll out my self. Thank you a lot. :)

  • http://www.webmasterlinkdegisim.com Link Degisimi

    Wow, so nice to see so many of our letterpress business cards featured on this list. Thanks for including us!

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  • http://www.giveme10.wordpress.com A.T.

    These designs are so nice, but 1 quesion or maybe a few who are the printers. Can anyone direct me to companies that offer these services? Thanks :)

  • http://www.hdegreedesign.com Paul Singh

    Nice collection :)

  • http://www.betterlivingthroughsustainability.com Kristian Bjornard

    Most of these cards are printed so hard that they shouldn’t even count as letterpress … they should count as emboss. Any real printer would be in tears. Shame on all of you for not learning how to do something properly, and then promoting it as a “success” to others.

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  • http://link Loy30

    Eamon which was supposedly written about her. ,

  • http://hypnosis-covenrty.co.uk Dr Robert Cowley

    I am a psychologist just opening in private practice. Age 62 male specialising in hypnosis. Please explain the process of ordering.

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  • http://www.pinkograf.com pinkograf

    very nice collection, but too expensive products. It’s very important the business card, and it’s possible to have a big marketing tool with an original but cheap business cards. For example with a transparent business card. Here a gallery: http://picasaweb.google.com/pinkograf.da/PlasticBusinessCardsPinkograf#

  • BMOC

    You should shut your mouth Kristian… or I will shut it for you.

    Unlike these beautiful examples, your work is completely limp.

    Go back to printing sales promos… you hack.

  • http://www.snapsize.com Studio Snapsize

    Yummy!!!

    I recently discovered Brixx Letterpress. The quality I can vouch for and their website makes it super easy to place an order. No need to wait for a quote cause they have upfront pricing. Just select what you need and upload your file on checkout. Kinda like Sticker Mule but for letterpress printing. They also do postcards and wedding invitations.

    Here’s the link: http://www.brixxletterpress.com

    They’re really friendly too.

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  • http://www.bce-online.com/en business cards

    Awesome collection and good inspiration! Thanks!

  • http://www.davidwardprinting.co.uk David Ward

    Kristian Bjornard says:
    SEPTEMBER 9, 2009 AT 2:03 AM
    Most of these cards are printed so hard that they shouldn’t even count as letterpress … they should count as emboss. Any real printer would be in tears.

    Hello – This is perfectly correct – but as a “traditional printer” I really like the heavy debossing effect – gives a card so much character and lifts it to another level from all the mass produced cards.

  • http://www.typolusso.com TypoLusso

    Great designs !

  • Leonel Bonilla

    Lindas muestras muy pocas persona pagan por esa calidad. Yo sugiero hacer machotes con logos embozados en relieve para grandes empresas y luego imprimir los cambios de informacion en offset. Ya que ahora todo es impresión digital. Para encontrar diferenciación en lo que hacen todos. Esto no garantiza la venta pero si diferencia.

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