25 Stunning Black Business Cards for Print Design Inspiration

Here are 25 examples of black business cards that really stand out.

Although some people say that black is a sad and boring color, it is often used in business card design by graphic designers today. Why? Black exudes professionalism, power, and confidence – three characteristics that businesses want to project. It also looks good when combined with almost any color because of its versatility.

With a sexy font and eye-catching color to match, a dark card can look stunningly beautiful just like these 25 examples of black business cards:

Black Business Card Designs

Designer: Maarten Seernels

Designer: Jeff Bates

Designer: Macrochromatic

Designer: Sayem Sarker

Designer: Tawhid Maruf

Designer:Print Pinball

Designer: Japan Print

Designer: Alexa Wright

Designer: Ayoob Ullah

Designer: Blackjack

Designer: KB Design

Designer: Annelie Strecker

Designer: Thiago Ranielli

Designer: Design Friendship

Designer: Uno

Designer: Loveleft

Designer: Fuse Design

Designer: Alpis Design

Designer: Cargo

Designer: Chris Koch

Designer: Dreamtime

Designer: Atelier

Designer: Israseyd

Designer: WorkByDrew

Designer: IDrawDesigns

The color black can have several connotations depending on culture and context. In Western culture it can suggest power, sophistication, or mourning. In Eastern culture, it can suggest health and prosperity. Black is also a favored color for minimalist designs as it is simple to match with many other colors, as you can see in the examples above.

Black is also a bit more challenging to print than other colors because without the right calibration and proofing, printers may instead produce a shade of dark gray or dark blue. The next time you design black business cards  cards for yourself or for a client, make sure to have them printed professionally to make them stand out, and to ensure the black colors stay truer.

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