Some handsome artist business cards

I have way more business cards from artists than I can keep up with. At my Art Marketing Action workshops, I have notebooks out with all kinds of printed samples from artists. It's always a big hit to see what other artists are doing.

With permission, I share these with you today.

from Laura K. Aiken and Simple Mosaics:

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from Ann Cunningham, who calls herself a “tactile artist” and creates works meant to be touched and experienced by the visually impaired (as well as the rest of us), a card with Braille (barely visible as dots under her name):
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from photographer Jim Digby, who prints his cards on a beautiful watercolor paper:

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from painter Daniel Bahn, a former graphic designer who has done a bang-up job with his marketing material (I have found that very few fine artists can do good visual design):
Biz_card_bahn

And from Laurie McCarriar and Gingerprint (Laurie also has a strong design background and has designed her own cards):
Biz_card_gingerprint

 

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5 thoughts on “Some handsome artist business cards”

  1. After doing your class I decided to remake my cards. I did like what I had however I had to change details so I decided to simplify the design. I got my new cards back from the printers this week and I am trilled. “Stylish” is the main comment I get which makes me glad I redesigned. Our printed media is so important and worth the time and expense to get it right.

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  3. I recently designed some business cards that have a mini-portfolio of work on the back. As a painter, it seems important to have images of my artwork on my card.

    Artist Business Cards – Mini Portfolio [Art Working Blog]

    Alyson – Thank you for these suggestions. Wonderful post.

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