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The Top 100 Best Business Cards from 2010

The Top 100 Best Business Cards from 2010
The top 100 best business cards of 2010 really are a varied collection, with more and more unique ways of creating business cards being developed every month. While large corporations typically elect for standard (and relatively boring) business cards, small businesses and freelancers can capitalize on their creativity and focused brand image to create a unique and creative business card. Large companies sometimes can create unique cards as well, as their larger budget and personal design teams can have free reign to develop something awesome. Whether you’re a fan of letterpress business cards, functional business cards, vector and cartoon cards, or even a bit more clever business card, you’ll find some awesome cards in this collection. If you missed our post yesterday, you might want to check out the 50 Best Creative Logo Designs from 2010, as there is at least one that makes an appearance here as well! If you need more business card inspiration, check out these posts: Good Apples Kenny

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