Top Illustrators’ cards

15th April 2011 by Charlotte

Illustrators are a wonderfully creative section of the design family – their work encompasses the best blend of design and fine art, and we love seeing it on our cards and stickers. This week, we’re dedicating a round-up blog to celebrate some of the most eye-catching illustrations and uses of MOO products we’ve found nestled within the MOO Flickr Pool. Enjoy!

Stephen May has created a lovely bunch of Easter-themed promotional postcards. What an eggsellent (sorry!), timely way to remind his clients to commission him again.

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We’re not normally keen on mice at MOO HQ – but we love these little guys by illustrator Shelley Weeks. She’s kept them eyeless so she can use her MiniCards as backings for her button earrings, which she sells at Not on the High Street.

Jonny Wan

Jonny Wan uses see-through bags to make up packages of his work on Postcards and Business Cards to send out as promotional packs to potential clients. We’ve always loved his work and you can read all about how he works his stunningly intricate artwork to attract clients in more detail here.

Moo Sticker Book

How great are these stickers? Paris based illustrator Franckie Alarcon has turned MOO StickerBooks into a cute, easy-to-distribute portfolio, showcasing his manga-style illustrations for potential clients to have a little sticky fun with.


new moo cards

We really appreciate artist Rebecca Horwood’s eye for detail. She specialises in depitcitons of birds in nature, and has created some of the prettiest Business Cards we’ve seen in ages.

Moo Cards - Tim Easley

MOO Favourite and self taught UK illustrator Tim Easley aka I Am Assault created this colour-saturated mindbending MiniCards portfolio. One design, a plethora of vivid colours – and an overwhelming urge to make a jug of cocktails with ice and a slice…


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Sometimes, a bold single design is the most poignant on the back of a MiniCards, like Andrea Joseph, a UK illustrator and blogger demonstrates. She uses one clear, simple image of her prints on MiniCards to make them stand out in the crowd.



And finally, Norweigan illustrator Ingrid Opstad who came up with a remarkable way to make sure new clients she meets at exhibitions don’t forget her face – she draws it on her MiniCards! It’s unusual, endearing and above all, memorable.

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