Graphic Design with a bite for a business card on postcard seize for instance. For why should these be álways small? But there are also fun cards that will make you think, or at least smile...
Some have small but beautiful printed linocuts to support the text.
Graphic Design with a bite for a business card on postcard seize for instance. For why should these álways be small? The webadress is all you need to get all the details... and more. Post it the old fashion way, yes in a mailbox at the post office, and you will be sure to get your attention.
Printed in black and bronze with wood and lead type.
Funk you is the counterpart of the well known verbal middlefinger. A design for funk lovers printed in funky colours.
Printed in four colours on 250 gr. white paper in a limited edition.
17,5 x 13,5 cm.
We all have our 'I give up' moments.An encoureaging 'do it'then sounds better then 'don't quit', doesn't it?
A card to frame and hang on the wall! Printed in black and bronze on a beautifully structured stiff paper, for yourself or to send to anyone who can do with a positive message!
Printed on 250 grams Gmund ivory in a limited edition. 29 x 17cm.
Waves built up by far away depressions sometimes collide with local waves. This may cause big waves to 'break'. Oils and Sou'wester on and careful stearing are then demanded!
This is a linocut print in two colours, title set with 'Libra' Typeface.
Numbered and signed in an edition of 15.
150 x 210 mm.
The english poet Alfred Noyes wrote an epic mpoem honouring sir Francis Drake (1540-1596). It was published in two parts. This fragment on the beauty of the sea is from the second book published in 1908.
The illustration is from a linocut, in two colours. The romance of the sea is of all ages.
Printed on 250 grams Gmund ivory paper in an edition of only 28. 150 x 210 cm. Signed and numbered.