Here Is A Literary Twist To The Banal Visiting Card – Design You Trust

Here Is A Literary Twist To The Banal Visiting Card

“As a creative company we wanted to close our meetings and engage our clients with something more than ‘just a visiting card’. This is how the idea of The Visiting Card Story came about. With ‘A sentence on each card’ all cards come together to form one story! This way each person receives a card only unique to them and we create curiosity and talking point that leads them onto our website. They can read the whole story – identifying their place in it and putting all the pieces together that belong to others.

In a simple way – now they become a part of our story.”

More: Tumblefree Films h/t: boredpanda

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