Daily Showcase (last updated 14th February 2014)

Company: Max Ivanoff
Type: Metal business card
Thickness: 400 micron 

This metal business card, produced using 400 micron cosmetic-grade stainless steel, uses a combination of etching and cut-throughs. When etched the lighter core of the metal is exposed, ensuring legibility of contact details and graphics without the need for surface printing. The diamond shapes on the right side have been completely cut away using our precision chemical milling system.

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Daily Showcase (last updated 20th September 2013)

Company: GT-R Life
Type: Satin white plastic business card
Thickness: 760 micron 

The GT-R Life card is a great example of our satin white plastic cards. Each satin business card comes with a luxurious matt finish to its surface. We then add the beautiful metallic inks by hand, one by one, using traditional artisan techniques. Each colour is applied to the plastic separately allowing for precise registration. In this example we’ve used a chrome-like metallic silver and a vibrant metallic red ink. 

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Daily Showcase (last updated 4th February 2014)

Company: Shop Alter Ego
Type: Tinted translucent plastic business card
Thickness: 760 micron 

Our tinted translucent plastic cards are created by chemically laminating a plastic colour gel with a layer of translucent polymer. One by one, our artisan hot foil printers apply each ink to the cards surface using traditional methods. In this example we’ve applied a chrome-like metallic silver ink to the front and a vibrant magenta pigment ink to the back. 

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Daily Showcase (last updated 3rd February 2014)

Company: New World Adventures
Type: Satin black plastic business card
Thickness: 760 micron 

The New World Adventures plastic card is manufactured using satin black plastic. This has a solid black core and an unusual, luxrious surface texture. Each ink is applied separately using traditional techniques that allow for super-accurate alignment between colours, demonstrated here by the two tone logo.  

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Daily Showcase (last updated 11th February 2014)

Company: JF Financial
Type: Translucent plastic business card
Thickness: 760 micron 

This business card, designed and created for Lunatek, is crafted using our translucent plastic. We’ve then applied two inks to the surface. On the front we’ve used an eyecatching metallic red ink. On the back we’ve used a clear gloss ink to reproduce the watermark running through the centre of the design. The clear gloss subtly increases the transparency of the plastic where printed. 

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Daily Showcase (last updated 12th February 2014)

Company: Scott Harrington
Type: Translucent plastic business card
Thickness: 760 micron 

This translucent plastic business card, designed and crafted for Scott Harrington uses a highly reflective metallic silver ink and a rich black pigment ink. The hand crafted nature of our production process allows for extremely accurate aligment between colours as demonstrated here.

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Daily Showcase (last updated 24th January 2014)

Company: Superior Solar
Type: Tinted translucent plastic business card
Thickness: 760 micron 

The Superior Solar card is an example of our tinted translucent plastic. Each card is created by bonding a sheet of polymer plastic with a coloured translucent plastic gel. We’ve then applied a chrome-like metallic silver ink to the front and a vibrant green pigment ink to the back surface. The hand crafted nature of our production process allows us to print the very edge of the plastic. 

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Daily Showcase (last updated 5th November 2013)

Company: New Address
Type: Full colour plastic card
Thickness: 760 micron 

This full colour plastic card, produced for New Address, encapsulates the printed artwork between two thick sheets of crystal clear PVC. This protects the card against wear and tear and allows us to offer a choice of a glossy or matt surface texture as well as three different thicknesses. Artwork is printed in full colour on both sides and, should it be required, we are able to personalise the cards with signature strips, numbering or individual names. 

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Daily Showcase (last updated 27th January 2014)

Company: INOX
Type: Metal business card
Thickness: 300 micron 

The INOX metal business card is produced using 300 micron cosmetic grade stainless steel. The logo and contact details have been etched into the surface of the metal, exposing the lighter core of the steel and ensuring good legibility. We’ve also cut away the company name, providing both visual and tactile interest to the design. 

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Daily Showcase (last updated 5th February 2014)

Company: World Youth Bank
Type: Coloured metal business card
Thickness: 300 micron 

The World Youth Bank business card is carved from stainless steel. Available in a beautiful selection of vibrant hues, our coloured metal cards are manufactured by first cutting and etching the design on to the raw marine grade rolled steel. We then lower the card into a vat of tinted lacquer and pass an electrical current through the steel. The current draws the lacquer to the cards surface, providing a strong bond between the two and a perfectly even coating of colour. 

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Daily Showcase (last updated 13th February 2014)

Company: K3 Cubed
Type: Translucent plastic business card
Thickness: 760 micron 

Many of our competitors have chosen to automate the printing process. To do so the blank plastic card has to be gripped on at least two sides as it passes through their automated printing equipment. This prevents them from printing to the edge of the card. We have chosen a different path. We take pride in the handcrafted nature of our product. Each card is aligned and printed using traditional techniques. Our choice to avoid automation means we can run rings around the limitations of more automated suppliers, including printing to the very edge of all four sides if required. This is ably demonstrated by the K3 Cubed translucent plastic card. 

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Daily Showcase (last updated 22nd January 2014)

Company: QM of London
Type: Black metal business card
Thickness: 200 micron 

This card, manufactured for QM of London, is manufactured using our black stainless steel. The detailed diagram of the yacht has been etched into the surface of the steel using our chemical milling process. We’ve also cut away the pattern running along the top edge of the card, creating visual and tactile interest. 

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Daily Showcase (last updated 29th January 2014 )

Company: GUD Ideas
Type: Translucent plastic business card
Thickness: 760 micron 

This business card, created for GUD Ideas and manufactured from our 760 micron thick translucent plastic, uses two highly reflective inks; a metallic magenta and metallic silver. 

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Daily Showcase (last updated 23rd January 2014)

Company: Pushback Software Ltd
Type: Translucent plastic business card
Thickness: 760 micron 

The Pushback Software plastic business card has been crafted using our credit card thickness translucent plastic. We apply each ink separately. For this card we’ve used vibrant, reflective metallic blue and cyan as well as a strong, opaque white pigment ink. 

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Daily Showcase (last updated 16th April 2013)

Company: ZumaPhoto
Type: Satin black plastic business card
Thickness: 760 micron 

This business card, created for Zija, is crafted using our translucent plastic. We’ve then applied two inks to the surface. The first is a vibrant green pigment ink and the second is a dark grey pigment ink. The logo in the top right corner bleeds off two edges. Unlike many of our competitors, the traditional hand crafted nature of our production process allows for bleeds on all four edges if the design calls for it. 

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Daily Showcase (last updated 6th September 2013)

Company: Tiffany & Co.
Type: Standard business card
Thickness: 400 gsm 

This card, designed and printed for Tiffany & Co, is a great example of our standard business cards with the addition of a UV spot gloss. We start with a luxuriously thick 400gsm paper stock, add a matt lamination to both sides and then apply the UV spot to selected areas. In this example, the company name and a series of subtle snow flakes have been glossed. Our standard cards are printed in full colour on both sides and are also available with foiling. 

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Daily Showcase (last updated 5th February 2014)

Company: Andras Schram Photography
Type: Translucent plastic business card
Thickness: 760 micron 

For Andras Schram Photography we designed a translucent card with the contact details printed in metallic silver ink. We’ve then used a clear gloss ink on the back of the card to recreate the subtle waternark effect running through the centre of the design.

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Daily Showcase (last updated 18th January 2014)

Company: Debbie Eschoe Photography
Type: Tinted translucent plastic card
Thickness: 760 micron 

The Debbie Eschoe Photography business card is manufactured using our tinted translucent plastic. We’ve used two inks; a white pigment and a metallic silver. Each of these is applied to the plastic using 200°C of heat and approx 4 tonnes per sq/inch of pressure to ensure a great bond with the plastic. Our tinted translucent business cards are available in ten brilliant colours; red, fuchsia, purple, amber, yellow, cyan (shown here), blue, evergreen, lime green and smoked grey. 

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