More Christmassy fare

Jeremyville
A group of third year graphic design students from Salford University have come up with a scheme to make money for their end-of-year show by asking top designers to create a Christmas card for them, which they are selling online. And with the likes of Jeremyville, Parra and Paul Davis involved, the results make for the nicest Christmas cards we’ve seen in a while. Here’s a taster of the collection – the rest can be viewed online at http://cardboardsu.blogspot.com/ and can be ordered there in packs of five for £4.50 or as single cards for a £1. Bargain!

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Jeremyville

A group of third year graphic design students from Salford University have come up with a scheme to make money for their end-of-year show by asking top illustrators and designers to create a Christmas card for them, which they are selling online. And with the likes of Jeremyville, Parra and Paul Davis involved, the results make for the nicest Christmas cards we’ve seen in a while. Here’s a taster of the collection – the rest can be viewed online at http://cardboardsu.blogspot.com/ and can be ordered there in packs of five for £4.50 or as single cards for a £1. Bargain!

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Parra

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Paul Davis

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Pete Jarvis

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Supermundane

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Tom Judd

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