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Each year we design a Christmas greetings card for distribution to our clients, suppliers, friends and kindred spirits. Here are some of our favourites.
A simple litho printed play on words using the traditional Christmas colour palette was contrasted years later by a complex puzzle of images in a digital format.A carefully hoarded knitted favourite evoked childhood memories while kitsch salt and pepper shakers found in a local cut-price store provided suitably cheerful imagery.Philately enthusiasts at the local stamp dealer transformed a sketchy idea into reality with their encyclopaedic knowledge of postage stamps.Local pub signs provided llustrations of elements of the Christmas story, while an ink reference swatch added colour to Thomas Bewick's two hundred year old Robin Redbreast woodcut.Bewick's reindeer image was litho printed in single colour for economy. Self-adhesive stationer's highlighter dots identified the distinctly lugubrious subject as Rudolph himself ...A visit to Kew Gardens with camera provided material for a holly themed card, while mistletoe played its part in a Christmas rebus.
An exuberant ampersand formed part of both message and illustration. A charming, but anonymous, woodcut led to the wider theme of Chistmas bells – church, decorative, and self indulgent ...The London Olympics of 2012 suggested its own imagery.
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