Friday Funnies

47 articles in category Friday Funnies

Is every day Kanye Day for you? Samantha of Violet Clair sure feels that way — and she’s done what any card-creating devotee would do: Put all that love right into her work. “I LOVE Kanye and am a huge fan,” she told me. “I really wanted to incorporate him into …

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If you like your greeting cards with a big dose of sarcasm, then you’ll love SymPATHETIC Greetings. Brian Cohen actually started it while looking for a get well card for a hospitalized friend. “All the options were basically an endless barrage of doves, rose pedals, sunsets — it was all a …

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Feeling blue? You won’t be for long … just check out Ushi. This quirky, illustrated range is populated by hip cats to color in, neon unicorns and some very happy fruit, all with a side of washi tape thrown in. Art prints and confetti round out the range. Shop it all here …

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Years ago, a good friend of mine with a stationery company released a notepad reading across the top, “The thing of it is …” Apparently one of his employees always used that phrase — and how better to let loose with one’s inner thoughts? In that same vein comes a stationery …

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You may remember Joker Greeting cards from a post I did about a year back (or from all the press they’ve received) — these are the perfect cards for pranksters, as the recipient is not getting quite what they thought! Now Travis & Co. have released several new designs. Each card is …

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Meet Cat Pants Studio, the brainchild of Olympia, Washington, designer and artist Sara Gettys. Launched late last summer, her aesthetic is cheeky and bright and features lots of critters, from slugs to otters to bison. The entire range is named after Sara’s beloved cat, Furdinand Gettys — who, like the company …

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One of many great finds this past National Stationery Show was this Brooklyn-based house of cards, named for one of my favorite elements of punctuation: Ümlaut Brooklyn.With the tagline “Aiding and Abetting Real Communication,” this retro-inspire line describes itself as sometimes irreverent, sometimes naughty, always nice. “We make cards that make people linger …

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Here’s a new National Stationery Show exhibitor with a product line that plays on something that’s happened to us all, usually to our own detriment: that pesky autocorrect! Auto Incorrect is the perfect range for those struggling to make the transition from digital to paper — and definitely lives up to its tagline’s …

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