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Jan 31, 2011

Free Patent Illustration Valentine's Day Cards

created at: 01/31/2011

Sometimes, you don't just need to tell your loved ones you care, you need to show them how it actually works. Steve Hoefer whipped up these free Valentine's Day cards using vintage patent illustrations and some clever tag lines.

created at: 01/31/2011  

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Nov 23, 2010

PostCarden Brings the Christmas Card to Life

created at: 11/23/2010

created at: 11/23/2010

Christmas card update: Nativity scenes or snow covered farms have been outdated for decades, and even thoughtful phrases like "peace on earth" or "comfort and joy" have grown a little tired over the last few years. But now? Now, non-plant producing Christmas cards are so 2009.

The "Seasons Greetings" PostCarden: "Once opened and unfolded into its log cabin, pop-out the skaters and simply sow the enclosed seeds and add water. In a few days your card will start to grow into a festive forest and will keep for 2 - 3 weeks."

Check out the video of it in action:   

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Nov 05, 2010

How To: Make Your Own Pop Up Cards

created at: 11/05/2010

created at: 11/05/2010

Illustrator, author, and artist Robert Sabuda provides these free, downloadable pop-up card templates and how-tos that'd be great for the upcoming holiday season. We especially like the new pirate ship design and all sorts of Star Wars models, including R2-D2 and a totally excellent Millennium Falcon.

created at: 11/05/2010

We also love the "Pop-Up Basics" that show you how to create your own, custom designs.

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Sep 03, 2010

Business Cards for Fictional Companies - How Many Can You Name?

created at: 09/03/2010

We're both cracking up and inspired by this series of business cards for fictional companies from films, television shows, and comic books. "Day Jobs" by Fernando Rez "pays nerdy, Easter Egg-laden homage 'to the hard working men and women who keep our beloved fictional companies going.'

Printed on Rolodex-ready business card stock. Extremely limited run of 20 S+N 11” x 17” prints are available for $25/pop."

We can connect fifteen of the twenty-one to its pop culture origin; how many can you? Let's see if we can get them all down in the comments section below!  

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