How to make a crayon business card

Because why not?
Dorota Pankowska colours with one of her crayon business cards. (Michelle Parise)

There have been attempts to replace traditional business cards: apps that scan cards, ways to swap contact info by touching phones, and of course LinkedIn and other social networks. And yet, handing someone your paper card directly can create a personal connection. It can also be a big help if your business card stands out. Artist Dorota Pankowska talks about the business cards she makes with crayons.


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