4 Retro-Style Double-Sided Business Card Templates
Today’s freebie is a set of four business cards in retro style. Retro style will make your cards look unique and therefore memorable. The retro look was achieved using gorgeous free font and stripes background in retro colors. Since these cards are not designed with a particular profession or business in mind, they are are therefore useful for anyone. These cards would make great business cards for artists, musicians, vintage furniture shops, fashion stylists, among others.
The templates are available in four different color schemes and have two sides: front and back. The front of the card includes the name and profession and the usual details that we put in our business cards: telephone numbers, email address, or any information you want to include in your card such as links to popular social media accounts like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google Plus, etc.
These templates were created in Adobe Photoshop and may be edited using the same program. All the elements in these templates may be replaced or edited. For example, if you have your own logo, simply replace the illustration used here. If you want to retain the look of these business cards, then it is very possible since all the fonts used in the layout are free fonts that you can download.
Below are the previews for this art studio business card design templates in green, orange, beige, and pink. The download link is below the preview images. I hope you like these retro business cards.
If you want to use these templates but do not know how to customize them, simply send us a message and we will customize them for you for a minimal design fee.
- Templates were created in Adobe Photoshop CS 5
- Size: 3.5×2 inches, CMYK, 300 DPI with bleeds (.125 inch) on all sides
- Layers are organized in folders and are all editable.
- Double sided: front and back
- Fonts used: Grand Hotel for the logo, Bitter for the slogan, Rochester for the name, and Open Sans for the details. You may download these fonts by clicking on the name of the fonts above.
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