Painting is a highly creative profession, but practicality is also a part of it – especially when you are looking for clients. Since your business card is a marketing tool with a huge potential, you had better handle its details as if you would a masterpiece! Here are some ideas you can use to make your painter business cards work:
Painting Business Card Design and Printing Tips
*Make your business card a work of art! Take digital photos of your artwork and place them in your business card template as thumbnails, or select one digital photo and use it as your design template’s background image. Experiment with available design effects in image editing programs like Adobe Photoshop, or have a professional graphic designer help you with the process.
*Include a link to your online gallery, or even an exclusive pass: People will be able to see more of your information and artwork in your online gallery. This way, your business cards give people more chances to follow-up on you. An exclusive pass to your gallery is a great giveaway to potential buyers and sponsors who will appreciate the special treatment and be more agreeable to buying your artwork.
*List the media you work with, and the genres of your work. Just as some painters prefer working with specific media or genres, buyers want to find out early on if a painter paints in a style they are looking for. Do your part to help them figure this out quickly by listing genres your work may be under, and say if you simply do paint or experiment with other media, like sand or clay.
*Look for the best offset printer to make your business card’s colors fantastic! You would get a professional scanner so your paintings’ digital reproductions come out in high quality detail. In the same way, you need the best offset printer around so your business cards get quality color printing. Invest in a professional printer who can produce your business cards with the quality they deserve! Your next batch of business cards may just be the key to get many new and regular clients.