Albert Hwang's Business Card

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    This is my new favorite business card. It really looks like one is holding a notepad file!

    (Edit: woah - thanks for all of the comments and Reddit love! I met Albert Hwang at a conference in 2010, found his business card interesting, and asked him if I could take a quick photo of it).

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    1. ZiggySparkles 29 months ago | reply

      Look at that subtle off-white coloring. The tasteful thickness of it. Oh my god, it even has syntax!

    2. yOSHI-- [deleted] 29 months ago | reply

      what the hell is an 'information artist' ?

    3. kerelberel 29 months ago | reply

      Just make the extension .xml and the tool Notepad++ and I'll favorite the new picture you upload.

    4. mr_walsh 29 months ago | reply

      Kind of like using a Kia to advertise high performance car sales.

    5. ♫ Lion ♫ 29 months ago | reply

      Taken from his homepage: "I am a 3d information artist. That is to say, I take packets of 3d information and transport them in ways that are emotionally intriguing."

    6. solutionkoncepts 29 months ago | reply

      We must all realize it's a concept; agud one at that, not necessarily about the tags/or rather the format the tags are presented.

    7. ponk! 29 months ago | reply

      How did you get syntax highlighting in notepad?

    8. Gunni Prests 29 months ago | reply

      Awesome business card is awesome.

    9. BlueisCoool 29 months ago | reply

      Very nice work - congrats !

    10. ohciel 29 months ago | reply

      Love it! AMazing! :)

    11. Ingrid Sørensen 28 months ago | reply

      This is creatively done. I would love to have one of these. It's nerdy in a good way. Maybe I could give this as a christmas gift to a web designer I know , haha

    12. Hameedg11 28 months ago | reply

      cool nice thinking ;)

    13. bunny trails 27 months ago | reply

      Awesomely cool!

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