Hotfoil, laser-cuts and illustrations, elaborate printing techniques and luxurious papers – once again there were no limits to creativity. This year’s cards sported not only innovative concepts, but were also a feast for the eyes.
Our heartfelt thanks to all business partners and creatives who rewarded us with their creations. We loved every single card, unfortunately we can only show a small selection.
Be inspired …
No Christmas without reindeers. Admittedly this is not exactly new, but the relief embossing on this card by Iggesund is a true piece of art. The depth and the elaborate details are simply stunning.
Bob Design from London used plastic waste from the studio and the surrounding area to create a game to test your coordination skills. A great idea, but it really pushed our patience to the limits. Is there anybody out there who manage to assemble this thing?
A lot of patience was surely also necessary to construct this pop-up card. No problem for Peter Dahmen, who's creations are always fascinating and fun.
»Winter tames man and beast«. Simple, but striking: kissundklein uses a Shakespeare quote to welcome the new year.
The new year will be grey? No, this was surely not what Stan Hema meant to say. We were please by the creative play with forms and shapes.