google me business card by ji lee
google me business card by ji lee google me business card by ji lee
mar 29, 2009

google me business card by ji lee

korean designer and advertising creative director ji lee created the google me business card.

google me business card

download this template to print your own ‘google me card’ from here


  • Very nice and simple ­čÖé
    Thanks for the template and the idea.

    Tim Southernwood says:
  • I think it is lame
    and looks like someone would love to work at Google…
    How desperate do you look when you try to stick Google logo on your business card just to attract attention?

    Marko says:
  • i like this alot, very clever and we all know that cleverness can catch other off guard. i do, however, could imagine a million people doing this and then it getting really old really quick.

    tarynpaper says:
  • That truly is the beauty of life isn’t it? That we can all have our very own and unique perspective and opinion.
    Like the diversity of blogs on our awards site, .
    So many perspectives and outlooks.

    Tim Southernwood says:
  • At one stage i liked this idea. But now we have .TEL domain names it makes more sense to me to have a similar design but with a .TEL address.

    Karaitiana says:
  • well, you would have to be sure that the client would get the right outcome in the search.. There’s usually more people with the same name..

    Constan├ža says:
  • is it ok to use a trademarked logo on your business card?

    Jamie says:
  • tarynpaper you are totally right! At first I thought this was a genuine idea, but its been done – inspiring and simple.

    toasterdog says:
  • I think Evan Roth did this first and best. He first google bombed to get himself the first hit for “Bad Ass Mother Fucker” and then made one of these.

    Matt Katz says:
  • lol
    this is so cool !

    parnzaru says:
  • Its a great idea I guess, but you’re not working at Google so why use this type of business card? Maybe you can customize the word google into the one that you like.

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    Print Matt says:

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