In the 1970s, kaiju and tokusatsu were all the rage in Japan, inspiring Yokopro to create Pachimon. These collectible cards featured several “Pachimon,” monsters based on popular kaiju series such as Godzilla, Gamera, and the Ultra Series. These monsters were often depicted attacking famous cities and places, making them all the more exciting for fans. Continue reading »
Long before the availability of Photoshop, people were known for their ingenuity and creativity in creating homemade holiday and Christmas greeting cards. Continue reading »
According to Shawn Coss: “It’s been 4 years in the making but I’ve finally finished my first-ever complete tarot deck featuring my dark and twisted style. I wanted to create my own vision of a tarot deck featuring humanoid creatures and demons that could be used for tarot readings. I launched a Kickstarter for the whole 78-card deck on September 1st.” Continue reading »
Karl Kopinski is an English artist, famous primarily for his stunning illustrations for games and books on the Warhammer universe. Besides the Warhammer, Kopinski has drawn artwork for the card game Magic the Gathering and a whole bunch of other equally legendary projects – from Prototype to Sherlock Holmes games. Continue reading »
Jesper Ejsing was born in Denmark in1973. He first discovered fantasy through the works of Tolkien and got introduced to D&D on Christmas Day, 1986. Skipping through the pages of the rulebooks, he set a goal for the rest of his life: He would become a fantasy artist. He would make a living illustrating things that live only in imagination… one way or the other. Continue reading »
The phrase “romantic” might be used to describe a particularly dramatic or meaningful gesture from one person toward the object of their affection. Some people might even describe themselves as a “hopeless romantic” in general. Continue reading »
In the 1970s and 1980s, gangs in Chicago advertised their presence and membership on business cards. This was criminality with a dash of style and wit. Meet the Almighty Playboys, the Royal Capris, The Almighty Hells Devils and the Almighty Playboys. Or rather, you’ve been met by them, their signature calling card tucked into their victim’s pocket. Continue reading »
This Family Started Staging Their Funny Christmas Cards 7 Years Ago, And Their Creativity Is Brilliant
This family has a tradition that makes their friends and relatives look forward to the holiday season. Every year, Danielle and Mike and their kids produce a humorous family Christmas card. Continue reading »
Bluntcard is a branded style of image and humor. The humor style is often truthful, abrupt, and can be insensitive. Mostly dealing with social issues, self absorption, hypocrisy and sometimes current events. Bluntcards are virtual greeting cards to be shared on the web. Continue reading »
Emily McDowell is a greeting card designer and cancer survivor. In her own words: “The most difficult part of my illness (was) the loneliness and isolation I felt when many of my close friends and family members disappeared because they didn’t know what to say, or said the absolute wrong thing without realizing it.” In an effort to make things easier, she created these cards. Continue reading »
Have you ever wondered how would Valentine’s Day cards look if they told the truth? Well, wonder no more. Someecards have answered this exact question. Scroll down to see them all and don’t forget to add your honest Valentine’s Day messages in comments. Continue reading »
Geeky Valentine’s Day Cards Featuring Pop Culture Stars Expressing Romantic Feelings In Their Own Way
As he does each year, the very talented PJ McQuade has created a new series of 21 wonderfully geeky illustrated Valentine’s Day cards featuring pop culture celebrities and characters who each express their romantic feelings in a style of their own. Continue reading »
Yes, this isn’t a joke. Real business cards. Congratulations, you’ve just been whacked! Continue reading »
Ikea is a place of transition, a journey, a source of light and comfort, but also strife. Ikea contains the universe. Harness that power to understand your own life with these cleanly designed Ikea themed tarot cards. They’ll go great sitting on your BILLY bookcase or on the table next to your MALM bedframe. The deck contains the four suits of the minor arcana: sofas, lamps, dowels, and allen keys as well as a full set of major arcana. Continue reading »
Most people who’ve spent good time, money, and memories collecting Pokémon cards would throw a fit if you brought up the idea of painting over anything from your prized collection, but there has to be a special exception for custom card artist Lunumbra. Continue reading »
That’s not a specific character. It’s a suit of armour made entirely out of Magic cards. Made by TechnicolorTraveler, it consists not only of a full suit (helmet, gauntlets, boots, etc) but a sword and shield as well. Oh, and also a cape! All of them made out of Magic cards. In case you were ever worried about what to do with your spares. Continue reading »
The Victorians had a much more macabre approach to the festive season!
Christmas cards today usually feature a jolly Santa, fluffy woodland animal or green glittery tree, but Victorian versions had a much more terrifying tone.
The first Christmas card was commercially produced by Sir Henry Cole in 1843 but it was not until the 1870s, and the introduction of the halfpenny stamp, that sending cards was affordable for almost everyone. Victorians then leapt upon the idea with alacrity. Continue reading »
Many of us would, given the choice, rather spend Christmas with our pets than our families. Robert E. Jackson’s Instagram shows us humankind’s love for pets in this gallery of fabulous family Christmas cards in which the pets are to the fore. Continue reading »
Frank Underwood is getting the presidential treatment from a real White House photographer.
Pete Souza, who followed Presidents Obama and Reagan around snapping photos, is at it again in Washington, D.C., Monday, where Kevin Spacey, in character as House of Cards’ fictional president, is hitting landmarks in the nation’s capital for a publicity photo shoot for the Netflix series, with Michael Kelly, who plays aide Doug Stamper, in tow. Continue reading »