This Photographer’s Business Card Changes Color Constantly And Never Looks The Same – Design You Trust

This Photographer’s Business Card Changes Color Constantly And Never Looks The Same

Hungarian designer Réka Neszmélyi created an amazing business card that anyone would be jealous of. Created for photographer Al’z Ács and with help from logo artist Ádám Katyi, the card is extremely simple with only the email address and logo printed on it. Yet the stunning visual effect that covers more than half of the card makes all the difference… If features reflective foil that changes color depending on the angle and light from which you look at it! You never know which color will appear next… How cool is that?!

More info: Behance (h/t: boredpanda)

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