Thank You Card

An explosion of impossible geometry is certainly one way to say thank you – and it’s not a bad one if you want to stay memorable! These shards of colourful broken glass liven up the classic thank you card into something worthy of the mantelpiece.

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Lithographs and mathematically inspired woodcuts often feature impossible constrictions, architecture and tessellation. I went about creating my own style, inspired by the classics, using a simple 'box tessellation'. It’s mesmerising, but you can lose orientation if you stare at it for too long!

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Felix Ackermann is a freelance graphic designer and self-confessed typography geek. He graduated from Central Saint Martins College in BA Graphic Design, after spending his first two undergraduate years at Curtin University of Perth, Australia. Felix has worked for City & Guilds, Queen Rania of Jordan, and is part of Ludopoli's design team. He has a special interest in pushing the boundaries of conventional typography and his work has been featured in Wallpaper magazine, among other arts and design related publications. Felix has spoken at Typography Day, an international typography conference. Felix grew up in Germany and has lived in both Swaziland and Australia. He now resides in London.

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