Hello hello! I hope youâ€™re having a brilliant February so far, itâ€™s going really quick if you ask me! Iâ€™ve been busy working on a new typographic illustration, illustrating a poster commission (that Iâ€™ll share when itâ€™s finished), and turning my illustrated maps into greetings cards, that Iâ€™m showcasing today!
If youâ€™re a follower of my work (if you are, thank you!), Iâ€™m a big fan of illustrated maps. Illustrating iconic cities like Venice, Paris to London, I thought they would make eye catching greetings card designs, as everyone has their favourite cities and places in the world. What better way to say Happy Birthday or Thank You with these greetings cards? And did I tell you that theyâ€™re brand new to my shop too?
Greetings Cards – From London, Paris, To Venice
Originally painted using gouache, watercolour, and edited digitally, these greetings cards are vivid, colourful and eye catching. If youâ€™re looking for the perfect card to give to a friend or loved one, then look no further! With all of these greetings card designs, Iâ€™ve focused on the key tourist locations within the city, which you can follow yourself. Like The Louvre in Paris, to Big Ben in London.
Every greetings card that I sell comes with an envelope, packaged in a cellophane sleeve, and is printed on high quality and thick card. Iâ€™m really pleased with how these greetings cards look and feel, and think my illustrated maps work perfectly on this surface.
If you love giving personalised greetings cards, or know someone that will really appreciate this unique piece of art, head over to my Shop. Cards come in a variety of sizes, from A5 to A6.
Iâ€™ve included some photographs, illustrations and detail shots from these new greetings cards, and I very much hope you enjoy them! Thanks for viewing!
Many thanks for listening and visiting my news page today. You can follow what I’m up to on my Twitter, Facebook or Google + pages, I’ll really appreciate it if you do, and don’t be afraid to say hi to me! Many thanks again, and have a great day!
See full post here: Haydn Symons Illustration – News2016-02-19.