Posts Tagged ‘Christmas’

(kerst)kaarten te koop tijdens de warmste week!

December 10, 2019

De Sint is met zijn gevolg terug richting warmere oorden.

Hoog tijd om ons ongegeneerd te hullen in hogere kerstsferen! 

Wie kerstsfeer zegt, zegt kerstkaart. Ook dit jaar verkoop ik kerstkaarten van eigen makelij. Ik hoop zo wat geld te verzamelen voor Kras jeugdwerk en Sant’Egidio/Kamiano.  https://dewarmsteweek.be/goede-doelen/kras-jeugdwerk https://dewarmsteweek.be/goede-doelen/vereniging-voor-solidariteit-vzw

1 (kerst)kaart = 1,5 euro    –   5 (kerst)kaarten = 7 euro
10 (kerst)kaarten = 12 euro   –   15 (kerst)kaarten = 15 euro 

Je mag me mailen (jane.catteeuw(at)gmail.com), hier reageren, whatsappen of pm’en als je geïnteresseerd bent, dan spreken we af hoe we de kaartjes het gemakkelijkst bij jou krijgen.

Je mag overschrijven op BE27 7380 4193 8273 met mededeling van je naam en aantal kaarten.


spotted: Jean Jullien

January 27, 2013

I spotted Jean Jullien through the Creative Review blog the other day.

On his website he has the cleverest video presenting himself

Jean Jullien is a French graphic designer living and working in London. He comes from Nantes and did a graphic design degree in Quimper before coming to London. He graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2008 and from the Royal College of Art in 2010. He works closely with the musician Niwouinwouin. His practice ranges from Illustration to photography, video, costumes, installations, books, posters and clothing to create a coherent yet eclectic body of work.

‘Jullien is a talented observational artist, deftly summing up the particulars of modern technology and how it affects how we interact with each other – from the way that smart phones have become part of our lives (or ours theirs), to the rise of the self-service till at the supermarket.’ (From Creative Review)

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Now these are christmas and NY’s postcards I do like.

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Seasonal greetings

November 26, 2012

I’ve tried to design some Christmas postcards that are not covered in honey nor snow.

A series of cards:

Frontside of another card:

Backside of this card:

Now it’s time to decide which one I’ll order in print. You can always help me with that.

komende Kerst?

October 28, 2012

 

Christmas

December 28, 2011

A merry Christmas and a happy New Year! May 2012 be an inspiring year…

If you’re interested in a new Christmas wallpaper on your desktop, click the top image for a full quality download.

 

spotted: Christmas design

December 13, 2011
Every year when the holidays are approaching, I think of creating the ultimate christmas card / tag / wrap ,…
But I never seem to find the time, therefore, here are the best Christmas designs I stumbled upon on the internet.
Behold…
1. the hilarious Christmas jumper (> CR Blog – Gavin Lucas)
 by Niek Eijsbouts
Artist Andrew Salomone, along with his hacked 80s knitting machine, is currently resident at London’s KK Outletgallery in Hoxton Square, creating alternative Christmas jumpers featuring designs by the likes of Anthony Burrill, Geneviève Gauckler and Siggi Eggertsson…
2. The taxidermist Christmas display (> BLOG OUT WITH YOUR DOG OUT… – dude-meister)

More pictures here

3. The smart Christmas cards (> CR Blog – Creative review)

The Chase has created wrapping paper adorned with QR codes that make up familiar seasonal images. Scan the codes to reveal hundreds of gift ideas.    

Here’s Patrick Eley’s Snöel Letraset-style Christmas card 

4. The ‘it’s the thought that counts’ Christmas tags (> CR Blog – Creative review)
UK-based hand-lettering artist Alison Carmichael has just launched a new range of Made by Alision Carmichael printed products including boxes of gift tags…  This one is my favourite!

    

5. The playful Christmas wraps (>  Nobrow » Blog – alex)

Featuring from left to right: Eda Akaltun, Golden Cosmos and Ben Newman.

5. Holy Christmas decoration (Drawn! The Illustration and Cartooning Blog door luclatulippe)

Nativity Set by Alexander Girard

For the more religiously inclined designer tree, Graphicdesign& (Lucienne Roberts and Rebecca Wright)