The 'Pocket Scrawl' is a creative way to hand out business cards at networking events. The 3D-printed device, made by British Columbia-based designer Paul F. Meyers, the Pocket Scrawl consists of two plastic rollers that connect via gears and spin with a small crank.
Business cards have become more creative over the past several years, with graphic designers willing to take risks on unique cards. The Pocket Scrawl is a perhaps even more creative because of its live gadgetry. Rather than pre-printing business cards, a Pocket Scrawl owner can bring blank white cards to their next networking event. When it comes time to exchange, the Pocket Scrawl's compact size makes it easy to bring out in person and emboss on the spot, wowing the new contact.
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