Aaron Eiland Business Cards

When I spotted Aaron Eiland’s new business cards on Dribbble, I knew I had to share. For this year’s Flatstock in Austin—one of these days I’ll get there!—he hand-printed 24 different card designs with metallic gold ink on 130 lb natural paper. Some of the cards he claims are “useless,” but I’d argue that at an event revolving around concert poster design, looking good goes a long way. Check out more of Aaron’s work right here.

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6 Comments

  1. Michael R. Gibson says:

    What makes this system so broadly effective is the restraint that Mr. Eiland has imposed throughout it. This is the sort of design decision-making that makes my heart pound as both a design historian and a design critic, and, on a more basic level, as a designer of visual communications myself.
  2. Steven Wendt says:

    Those are very creative, I give them a thumbs up!
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