The card gets the business

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Published on July 01, 2016 with No Comments

Got business? Get a card? Order it from the company administrative person or if you’re on your own, design it on your computer and print it on cardstock, else go to Kinko’s. But every once in a while, someone changes the game. Designer Sam Buxton decided the card should reflect the genius of its bearer. He designed his own card, a fine stainless steel card that could be folded up into a sculpture of him working at his computer. The card received so much attention, that Buxton launched a business selling six versions of similar mini sculptures. He has since sold over 200,000 of them at around $15.

Emerson Taymor wanted to stand out from the crowd and sell himself as a personality.


This card was used to promote a food blog. The site went from 250 visits per week to 1,000 visits per day. He now has a food business.
Bryce Bell wanted this card to advertise his mechanical skills.

This business wants you to know it’s on the cutting edge.

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