Hilarious Tear-Out Card Books For The Sorry, The Snarky, The Sex-Starved and The Stupid.

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Need to apologize for an awkward situation, say something sarcastic, hit on someone subtly or let an idiot know you didn’t like the way they parked? Let these cards do it for you. Witty, cute and bound in a coupon-like book, these four tear-out card books make great gifts for anyone – especially yourself. Read more

The Latest Paper Sculptures, Editorial and Advertising Work From Su Blackwell

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The enchanting book sculptures by Su Blackwell have been featured commercially and in fine art galleries around the world. Created on various scales, her amazing craft has been used as full sized sets for videos, theater productions and television commercials, window displays and editorials as well as compelling small boxed sculptures, installations and fine art exhibitions. Read more

Art Nouveau Clovers by Raphael Kirchner In Honor of St. Patrick’s Day.

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A little art flashback for you in honor of St. Patrick’s Day. Read more

Airfix Build Your Own Valentine!

I would be remiss if I didn’t post this fun Valentine’s Day card from across the pond! Inspired by Airfix scale model kits, it’s a collaboration between talents Rich Storey Designs and JollySmith Design. Read more

10 Ways To Wish Brody & Carrie A Happy Homeland Valentine’s Day.

 A Happy Homeland Valentine's Day

What do the television show Homeland and Valentine’s Day have in common? While the award-winning Showtime drama may have more in common with the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre than the day of hearts and cupids, copywriter Deanna Director and designer Caroline Director have had some fun combining their love of both to create some funny (and punny) cards to celebrate. Read more

Can You Love Someone So Much It’s Creepy? Yep, Says Hubba Welcome.






Unfortunately the sweetly illustrated and hilariously disturbing cards are not available for purchase, but more creative cards by Chris Mundy and Greg Lockhart of Hubbawelcome. Other creative cards by them include the following:


About Hubbawelcome:

Hubbawelcome is a new collective of contemporary artists based in East London, formed by Chris Mundy and Greg Lockhart in 2009. Greg is an award-winning commercial illustrator, most recently recognised for his illustrative work in the awarded MAYOR OF LONDON “Save the Bees” advertising campaign, while Chris is an art director at M&C SAATCHI group, London. Their work is inspired by online culture and the psychology of growing up in the information age.

With a particular interest in social media, their pieces exhibit themes of loneliness, isolation, compulsion and death. Chris Mundy explains, “In our work we visualise the obsessive and disposable nature of how individual people interact online. We feel that being completely connected with ones peers at all times has actually become a catalyst for loneliness, gradually dehumanising relationships and individual identity.”

Hubbawelcome create prints, animations and installations by collecting fragments of online culture and reconstructing them using repetition and grids. Their pieces are bold, single-minded and colourful – appearing almost like ads for obscure products. They site artists David Shrigley, Andy Warhol, Banksy and Steve Powers as influences.

Thanks to TAXI for bringing these fun cards to my attention

Color Me Christmas! 10 New Pantone Christmas Ornaments.

Pantone Christmas Ornaments

I’ve been waiting for these for awhile. Almost made them myself last year. Finally, Pantone Universe has come out with Christmas ornaments made by Studio Badini Createam for Selab. So far, I can only find them at Seletti, but I hope they’ll be making their way to the US soon. Made of glass, the Pantone Xmas Balls are available in ten different PMS colors. Read more

Pantone Christmas Wrapping Paper, Gift Bags, Gift Tags and Cards For The Designer

Pantone Christmas products

Last year I introduced you to Christmas Pantone posters and greeting cards. Read more