Last year we started The Luxe Project – a platform where we could champion new and exciting designers, while also raising money for charity every month. We love the wonderfully varied ways our chosen designers have expressed their vision on Luxe paper, as well as raising funds for so many great causes.
And in case you missed any, here’s a little round up of some of our most popular packs!
This set was designed by Ariana Orland, Creative Director of Zynga Global Brand and a hand -printed letterpress poster maker. “They’re simple meditations” Arianna tells us, “to remind us all to keep being awesome.” She donated her proceeds to the VH1 Save the Music Foundation.
Love Letters and HOW Clever
Love letters? Enjoy questions? Then these weird and wonderful set of Luxe cards are your cup of tea! Made respectively by design publisher HOW and bi-monthly magazine Print, these cards speak (loudly!) for themselves! The charity in June 2013 was Chicago based creative enterprise EPIC.
Greetings and Salutations
Crafty graphic designer Kid Yeah (alter ego of Sebastian Esche) is a firm MOO favourite with his irreverent and witty ways of saying hello – which after all, is the whole point of a meeting and greeting, isn’t it? The bold black and white works particularly well on the textured paper too. Kid Yeah donated the net proceeds went to Scope.
This one, we’re proud to say, was the brainchild of the MOO design team, who kept it simple – they dropped coloured ink into water and photographed it at lightning speed to created a pillowy, artistic design that looks spectacular. In January 2013 we gave the net proceeds to Cancer Research.
Here’s looking at Euclid
These geometric designs by London based paper engineer Helen Friel are bright, bold and brilliantly striking. Helen’s inspiration? A modern interpretation of Oliver Byrne’s 1847 version of Euclid’s Elements. And the charity of choice for October 2012 was the always wonderful Battersea Dogs and Cats Home.
Want to support a charity and make some beautiful cards? Check out this month’s Luxe Project design, Stage Set, by designer and artist Marian Banjtes. Marian is an internationally renowned designer,
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