Type: Metal business card

Thickness: 200 micron 

The Hyperlink business card is produced using cosmetic grade, rolled stainless steel. As a result the grained texture is always consistent and unblemished. The card has memory, allowing it to spring back to shape when flexed. And because its stainless steel, every day use won’t cause it to tarnish or corrode over time. Rather than printing on to the surface of the metal, which tends to rub away over time, we etch the text into the steel itself. The lighter core of the steel is revealed providing contrast between the etched and unetched metal. 

Ulrich Schober

TypeBlack metal business card

Thickness: 200 micron 

This exclusive metal business card, designed and manufactured for Ulrich Schober, is milled from blackened stainless steel. The contact details have been deeply etched into the cards surface, exposing the lighter core of the steel and ensuring that the text is legible. We’ve also used our advanced chemical milling process to cut away parts of the logo, providing both visual and tactile interest. 

Akshyss Events

TypeSatin black plastic business card

Thickness: 760 micron 

This business card, designed and crafted for Aksyss Events, is an example of our satin black plastic. Produced using solid core polymer plastic, the unique nature of the materials surface empowers the designer to create contrasts of texture by applying glossy varnish to selected areas. We 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 used a metallic silver and metallic magenta ink as well as a high gloss black ink (used for the watermark on the right of the design). 

Kuku Club

TypeColoured metal business card

Thickness: 300 micron 

The Kuku Club design is an example of our coloured metal cards. They are manufactured by first cutting and etching the design into 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. 

Genuine Soundz

TypeTranslucent plastic business card

Thickness: 760 micron 

This translucent plastic business card, designed and crafted for Genuine Soundz, uses a metalliic silver ink for the logo and contact details. Our metallic inks are highly reflective, and in the case of our silver ink, almost chrome link. Coupled with the transparency of the plastic, it guarantees the card will grab attention when handed to potential clients.

Black Butterfly Clothing

Type: Tinted translucent plastic card

Thickness: 760 micron 

The Black Butterfly business card is crafted using our tinted translucent plastic. We’ve used a highly reflective metallic red ink for the icons and logo accents and a white pigment ink for the contact details and logo text. Each of these inks 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, blue, evergreen, lime green and smoked grey. 

Mobile Empire Detailing

Type: Satin black plastic business card

Thickness: 760 micron 

This plastic business card, designed and produced for Mobile Empire Detailing, uses three inks. The first, a glossy black ink is applied initially. This creates the subtle watermark in the background by producing a contrast in textures between the glossy ink and the matt plastic. We’ve then applied a highly reflective metallic copper and a drafractional ink. This special type of ink reflects light in a similar manner as the surface of a CD, splitting the white light into the colours of the spectrum.  

Simply Abu Dhabi

Type: Satin plastic business card

Thickness: 760 micron 

The ‘Simply Abu Dhabi’ satin plastic business card uses two inks. First we print the crest and text using a luxurious metallic gold ink. Then, using a high-gloss black ink, we apply the floral pattern which bleeds off the left edge of the card. The glossy ink contrasts with the matt texture of the plastic, resulting in an effect similar to a UV spot gloss finish.