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This is Robynne Raye's contribution to Card to Art's second series.

Card to Art is the only greeting card that flips to become a matted work of fine art.

This print was limited to an edition of 250 and printed on one of the world’s finest printmaking papers – Somerset Velvet. Someset is made out of 100% cotton which is a completely renewable resource. Series 2 was hand printed on a 90-year-old press by Bennett Holzworth. Each card is individually numbered 1 through 250.

Card to Art is truly simple and truly original. The card appears to be a fairly normal, albeit beautiful, letterpress greeting card. Then, you notice that the back of the card has a rectangle die-cut into it. When the back is flipped to be the front of the card, it then becomes a mat for the art on the front of the card.There are two removable inserts where the giver of the card can pen their message. The cards are also created so they easily fit into most standard 5x7 frames.

Visit www.cardtoart.com to see the video and more.
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ARTIST: Robynne Raye - Modern Dog, moderndog.com
TITLE: Poppy Saw What You Did

Since co-founding internationally acclaimed design studio Modern Dog Design Co. in 1987, Robynne Raye has continued to do work for entertainment and retail companies and counts packaging, identity and poster design as some of her favorite work. She is co-author of "Modern Dog: 20 Years of Poster Art" and "Inside the World of Board Graphics: Skate, Surf, Snow" and contributes regularly to the design blog RockPaperInk. Currently she is an adjunct instructor at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle.
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This card will ship with everything you need to mail this card to your best friend – an envelope, instruction sheet and a sheet of chip board to protect the card (if you decide to part with it). Frames are not included.

Card to Art - 2012, Patent Pending

Card to Art Series 2: Flowers - Robynne Raye

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: letterpress, envelope, polymer plate, cotton, paper, ink, Somerset Velvet, Chandler and Price
  • Feedback: 6 reviews
  • Ships from Nebraska, United States to select countries.
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