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How to Make Instant Film Business Cards

Lomo shooter wn7ant came up with a neat way of turning instant film photos into one-of-a-kind business cards. After printing out his business card design onto a transparency, he cuts it out and sticks it onto an Instax film cartridge. To create a new card, he simply takes a picture — the contact information on the transparency is printed onto every photograph!

Instax Business cards (via Phototuts+)


 
  • Anonymous

    Man that would be an absolutely ridiculously expensive way to do this… I’ll stick to Moo cards – that is costly enough for me but gives me the same “uniqueness”.

    RB

  • Anonymous

    Man that would be an absolutely ridiculously expensive way to do this… I’ll stick to Moo cards – that is costly enough for me but gives me the same “uniqueness”.

    RB

  • Djpegue

    Those cards are to expensive, if you are looking an affordable premium business cards go to http://www.jpgprinting.com

  • http://www.facebook.com/everett.vinzant Everett Vinzant

    Fascinating.  I read about my idea here, and the only comments are, Art be damned, it costs too much.  The point is, they’re one of a kind.  What is a one of a kind item worth?

  • Anonymous

    I think this is a cool idea, it’d be cool too if you could do it with an iPhone/Android app, and then you can send the image to the person you’d be giving the card too. Although I like the physical aspect of the polaroid on the spot a lot… :)