Tim Easley's typographic business cards

Tim Easley's beautifully designed business cards

These beautiful business cards caught our attention immediately

Tim Easley (opens in new tab) is a self taught designer and illustrator from London who likes to work with hand drawn lettering, bright colours and bold lines. He specialises in matching seemingly unrelated subject matters through playful and explorative illustrations.

It's often tempting to throw away business cards but you'd want to keep hold of these

It's often tempting to throw away business cards but you'd want to keep hold of these

Having previously lived in Tokyo and Seattle, he's now based back in his home town, where he works in a variety of mediums, predominantly creating art for freelance projects and prints. He's already worked with the likes of Adidas, Universal, Nike and Brutus Japan.

These bright and colourful business cards (opens in new tab), printed on three-layer 600gsm Mohawk Superfine stock, are a great showcase for Tim's typographic skills. And there's plenty more great design work where they came from. Be sure to check out the rest of his portfolio (opens in new tab); we especially love this skateboard deck (opens in new tab) and this technicolour yawn (opens in new tab) print design...

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