Mikey Burton and Cranky Pressman team-up to make the best “business card” ever

Mikey Burton and Cranky Pressman team-up to make the best "business card" ever

Mikey Burton and Cranky Pressman team-up to make the best "business card" ever

I don’t know about you, but I find business cards pretty annoying. You spend a lot of money on them, making them beautiful and nice, only to jam them in your wallet or purse where they get scuffed and bent. For my past two business card orders I’ve used Moo’s Mini Cards, which are half the size of normal business cards and totally cheap. Now though, I think I’ve found an even better option.

Mikey Burton, with the help of Cranky Pressmen, have created a business card stamp that you can easily take along with you. The business card stamp was created for a Designer Challenge for Computer Arts Projects, much for the same reasons I outlined above. The stamp is called an Inspector Stamp, “a small, metal, self-inking stamp that comes on a keychain.” It has just the basics, his name and his website, because let’s get real, that’s all you need in this day and age. I’ve already contacted the guys at Cranky Pressman to get my own, I can’t wait to get a tiny fox to stamp on people.

You can read and see more about the project by clicking here.

Bobby

7 Comments Mikey Burton and Cranky Pressman team-up to make the best “business card” ever

  1. Bobby SolomonBobby Solomon November 21, 2011 at 12:12 PM

    @Martin – You definitely can’t put that in your pocket, haha…

  2. fathima November 21, 2011 at 1:08 PM

    This is awesome, I’d love one for myself. Great find :)

  3. Dave November 22, 2011 at 3:34 AM

    This is such a fantastic idea and timely as I’d been looking at getting a stamp made for myself. Great post!

  4. tibere November 24, 2011 at 1:21 PM

    does that thing come with a cap, I feel it might ink your pants otherwise

  5. tibere November 24, 2011 at 1:34 PM

    I am interested… does anyone know what the costs are? Im sure it varies on the design, but approximately?

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