The babushka-esque envelopes from Tim and Emily is a thanks that keeps on thanking. Cheers!
Whether it was for the poster or the Solutions work, we appreciate the thanks from our friends at Mohawk Fine Paper, since we really should be thanking them for the fine paper the SF Sound poster is printed on, not to mention the great fun we had designing their Solutions promo and swatchbook. Thank YOU, Mohawk!
Can’t say we’re familiar with that sorta lingo around here, but we can definitely appreciate the “lurve.” Thanks Mimi!
Inspired by the sounds of SF Sound, Mr. Tom White made us a rock’n thank-you poster.
Keep the thank you cards coming! It’s been great to see different mediums used like crayons, photos and acrylic, plus different size formats and folds. Some good examples of this are the two thank you cards below. From top to bottom, these were made by Jamie Lee and Mike Hu.
Here at the studio we’re in love with Amanda Raymundo’s hand-lettering, and it’s only the front of the envelope! Inside, the illustration is just as impressive. A fine example of using only black ink. Amanda, we surrender. Your poster is on the way!
Speechless, possibly due to how everything about this card came together nicely, from the yellow eyes to the physical creases on the card, plus the hand lettering on the back. A poster will be creeping your way, C. Musgrave.
Katherine Brooks made some serious collages for her thank you cards with witty context to boot. We feel thanxious for her lovely cards.
The humorous K. Peterson shares an interesting glimpse into a possible future: will we forget how to create handmade cards in a saturated world of fast-paced and grey palette internet? Will robots produce cards for us? Will his koala figure out it’s eating an asparagus? Or will his bird escape the giant moth? Time will tell. For now, a poster will be physically sent to K. Peterson.
…but we’d still love more.