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Guest

Such a practical business card unfortunately won't be too practical as the business card, however it can do nice first impression

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Arkadiusz
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Such a practical business card unfortunately won't be too practical as the business card, however it can do nice first impression.

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GMD10's picture
GMD10
142 pencils

LoL. Maybe something for Sponge Bob than?

Grace Bastien's picture
Grace Bastien

Agree. Especially effective if it is kept in the kitchen and used every day for the next month.

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Guest

but how different it is from branding...

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Guest

I like it a lot.

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Guest

looks nice as a gadget

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capywriter
5511 pencils

small enough to keep in a wallet? Depends on the size of the wallet I guess...

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Guest

fresh!

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Guest

Seen it before. Maybe on the Simpsons in 1996

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Guest

Pop-Up Sponges, it would have been even better.

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AmOgodzzz
826 pencils

Too thick to be a business card, maybe? It would have been cooler if they gave them out as little souvenirs to potential clients or whatnot, but don't give me your contact info and business address printed on something I can use to scrub the pots and pans.

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Small enough to be kept in a wallet? I'd like to photographic proof please. If the caption didn''t tell me this is a business card, I would think it was just a logo printed on a sponge and scourer - which is just another not-very-clever piece of merchandise.

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magintosh
62 pencils

looked like sponge sex to me. definitely needed the caption to explain.

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Why??? I would call this "business card FAIL"

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shahid.h
256 pencils

would have worked betetr as a direct mailer, but a business card?? overboard!

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Very original, and inexpensive to pull off. They sell these sponges at Dollarama in Canada, usually a pack of 12 for a buck.

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ericofthedead
64 pencils

Great idea - very original and inexpensive to produce. They sell these sponges in a pack of 12 for $1 at Dollarama in Canada.

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