Another awesome set of 22 Black themed abstract wallpapers hand-picked from around the interwebs.
Chinese mythology (中國神話) is a collection of cultural history, folktales, and religions that have been passed down in oral or written tradition. These include creation myths and legends and myths concerning the founding of Chinese culture and the Chinese state. Like many mythologies, it has in the past been believed to be, at least in part, a factual recording of history.Historians have conjectured that the Chinese mythology began in the 12th century BCE. The myths and legends were passed down in oral form for over a thousand years, before being written in books such as Shan Hai Jing. Other myths continued to be passed down through oral traditions like theater and song, before being recorded as novels such as Hei’an Zhuan – Epic of Darkness (literally Epic of the Darkness). This collection of epic legends is preserved by a community of Chinese Han nationality, inhabitants of the Shennongjia mountain area in Hubei, and contains accounts from the birth of Pangu up to the historical era.Imperial historical documents and philosophical canons such as Shangshu, Shiji, Liji, Lüshi Chunqiu, and others, all contain Chinese myths.
Business cards are cards bearing business information about a company or individual. They are shared during formal introductions as a convenience and a memory aid. A business card typically includes the giver’s name, company affiliation (usually with a logo) and contact information such as street addresses, telephone number(s), fax number, e-mail addresses and website. It can also include telex, bank account, tax code. Traditionally many cards were simple black text on white stock; today a professional business card will sometimes include one or more aspects of striking visual design. – wiki .
But these are some of most creative and clever 600 + business cards designs of all times.
Standard size, just creative designs. Unsurpingly, visually captivating designs imprint on a person’s memory deeper than dull or plain designs. A creative tagline that gives people food for thought can also be remembered better.
Doing the Google thing – If you are pretty confident in the ranking of certain keywords, why not try these? Here are several examples.
Minimalist. A minimalist approach to business card design attempts to focus a person’s attention to where it matters most: The company’s or organization’s name or logo. Despite such simplicity, the design can still be creatively done through careful arrangements of wordings and logo.
Creative cuts & custom shapes. Not your usual 3.5 x 2 inches business card, but definetely rocks!
Free Card Templates
If budget is a concern, here are some business card templetes you can start with, but do check with respective owners though. These templates come in Photoshop PSD and Corel Draw CDR format. You can convert .CDR to .PSD.
Modern business card
Gold and Black Business Card
Business Card Template
Tutorials to Design your own card
It’s always utmost satifying if your business card is a creation of yourself. Here are some tutorials to give you an idea how to design a business card right from scratch.
Business Card layout
Design a Print Ready Business Card for Designers
by Chris Spooner
Follow this walkthrough in Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe InDesign to create your own double sided business card design, resulting in a print-ready file to send to your favoured print firm.
Grungy Business Card
This tutorial will walk you through setting up a vertical grungy business card template, front to back and ready to print.
Print-Ready Business Card Using Only Photoshop
Design up a simple business card in Photoshop and get it ready for print with crop marks and bleed.
Cardboard And Torn Paper Business Card
Create a nice cardboard effect and play with a neat torn edge effect.
Business Card Design Project Walkthrough
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