Business cards from a galaxy far, far away

In the epic battle of Jedi vs. Sith, it never hurts to wield a trusty…business card?

A tongue-in-cheek collection of Star Wars business cards has popped up on The Mary Sue, and according to one collector, they’re circa 1977 legit. If the campy fonts and lack of email or cell phone numbers are any indication, these collector items very likely emerged in the late 70s – and may have been the product of a die-hard fan as opposed to company-sanctioned memorabilia.

Props to the Star Wars aficionado who created these gems, but demerits for spelling “wookiee” incorrectly on Chewie’s card. We trust the gentle giant will let it slide.

I’m particularly loving Princess Leia’s listed specialty of “insults” and C-3PO’s witty title of “Human/Cyborg Relations Specialist.” Every office needs one of those, right?

Han Solo

Which characters are missing that could use their own business card? Which one rocks your galaxy far, far away? Let us know in the comments.

Featured image/thumbnail, uses business card image via Shutterstock.

  • Joe Nicklo

    Yes indeed, these are awesome.

  • Justin March

    What a great find Stacey,

    The designs are very much of their time, I guess that the
    look and feel falls more in line with the charm of the original films.

    And as for what’s missing surely the Emperor would have a

    Justin March from Harry Bugg Ltd

  • Mary McKay Eaton

    It’s “Tusken”, not “Tuskin”. Otherwise–COOL cards. Did a wonderful job in matching the character of the fonts with the character of the person.

  • Rebecca Norlander

    Where’s Lando Calrissian?! Overall, super fun.

  • Techn0tic

    Love the girly style Princess Leia card.

  • James_AssKicker

    You forgot Jabba. And FETT!!!

    • Benjie

      As noted above, the cards are from 1977, when New Hope was the only release.

      • James_AssKicker

        So? Jabba and Fett were in the special edition.

  • Mason Wiszniewski-Whitebean

    I can’t believe you forgot Boba Fett, Jabba the Hut, The Emperor and Lando!

    • Benjie

      The cards pre-date both Empire and Jedi :)

  • Benjie

    These cards are circa 1977, so Yoda was yet to make an appearance in the series.