Business Card for: Andrea Romani

http://fischerportugal.com/

Business cards are usually made of paper. But using paper, even recycled, is not good for the environment. To avoid this issue, the solution was to not print any card at all, but to create a rubber stamp and then “recycle” anything that is at hand (carton paper, cigarette packs, napkins, and other wastes) into business cards.

 

The new “business card” communicates clearly what this professional offers: clever new ways of recycling, saving money and protecting the environment. More than a card it´s a piece of communication.


Designed by: Fischer Portugal http://fischerportugal.com/
  • March 4, 2011

    This is only a rubber stamp :) I think this design looks ugly

  • by Jenna
    March 4, 2011

    No. Just no. My biggest reason this doesn’t work is because it won’t fit into a Rolodex.

  • by Rob
    March 4, 2011

    I don’t know, scraps of paper in my wallet or pocket get thrown away. Might be mistaken for trash.

  • March 4, 2011

    The stamp is fine… the cards need to be cut from waste material to more-or-less standard size. I can offer such cards…

  • January 17, 2012

    Nice Business card Thanks for sharing.








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