I went for a sketch and watercolor effect for the art on the front of the card. Bonus: “Happy Holidays” was done in red foil on the printed cards (not pictured here).
This year’s Christmas card theme was to recapture the 80’s vibe. See cards from past years.
This year’s card was pulls inspiration from Batman, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, He-Man, The Brady Bunch, and Andy Warhol. See cards from past years.
This year’s Christmas card was shamelessly cribbed from Bil and Jeff Keane’s “Family Circus” comic. See more cards from past years.
This year I wanted to channel my first Christmas card with the pose, subtle humor, and a nod to Mucha’s art nouveau style. I hope to revisit this several more times. See cards from past years.
Christmas is here and so is our card. If these period pieces keep coming up we’ll be cave paintings before long.
This was our first year in New Orleans and this card commemorates Laura finishing her masters and me working at Tulane. It’s the third Christmas card I’ve done since getting married.
This is the 2nd of my annual Christmas cards. It has been a pretty relaxed year and the card reflects that.
This is our first Christmas as a married couple and I wanted to send something original to mark the occasion.