Happy, happy holiday cards designed by Debbie Millman

Debbie Millman’s has holiday cards for sale on MOO.com. We asked Debbie about her collection, titled Abstract Happiness, a pack of five different happy designs.buy cialis online without prescription

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‘Tis the season to be happy! What inspired your collection?
I whittled down every reason for card-giving to its most common emotional denominator, and I determined it is happiness. It doesn’t matter what the holiday or occasion is—who doesn’t want a sweet reason to smile? So I decided to draw five different abstract versions of the word “happy,” and all of the cards can be used for any and every occasion!

Will you be sending out Abstract Happiness cards this season?
Hell, yeah!


Debbie Millman’s “Lots of Happy” card

If you could pick just one card to send, which would it be and why?
My favorite of the cards is the one that features the overall swirly happiness typography. I’ve titled it “Lots of Happy.” I love the idea of happiness being everywhere, all consuming. I know it is a bit unrealistic, but it is something to aspire to, for sure.

You can order Debbie’s Abstract Happiness cards here, and have them in your hands in just three days. Happy?

Debbie Millman is president of the Design Group at Sterling Brands. She is also president emeritus of AIGA, the professional association for design. Millman is a contributing editor at Print magazine, a design writer at FastCompany.com and chairs the Masters in Branding program at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. In 2005 she began hosting the first weekly online radio talk show about design, Design Matters with Debbie Millman, which is now featured at DesignObserver.com. She is the author of three previous books: How To Think Like A Great Graphic Designer (Allworth Press), The Essential Principles of Graphic Design (Rotovision) and Look Both Ways: Illustrated Essays on the Intersection of Life and Design, (HOW Books). [KR]

Debbie Millman’s has holiday cards for sale on MOO.com. We asked Debbie about her collection, titled Abstract Happiness, a pack of five different happy designs.buy cialis online without prescription

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‘Tis the season to be happy! What inspired your collection?
I whittled down every reason for card-giving to its most common emotional denominator, and I determined it is happiness. It doesn’t matter what the holiday or occasion is—who doesn’t want a sweet reason to smile? So I decided to draw five different abstract versions of the word “happy,” and all of the cards can be used for any and every occasion!

Will you be sending out Abstract Happiness cards this season?
Hell, yeah!


Debbie Millman’s “Lots of Happy” card

If you could pick just one card to send, which would it be and why?
My favorite of the cards is the one that features the overall swirly happiness typography. I’ve titled it “Lots of Happy.” I love the idea of happiness being everywhere, all consuming. I know it is a bit unrealistic, but it is something to aspire to, for sure.

You can order Debbie’s Abstract Happiness cards here, and have them in your hands in just three days. Happy?

Debbie Millman is president of the Design Group at Sterling Brands. She is also president emeritus of AIGA, the professional association for design. Millman is a contributing editor at Print magazine, a design writer at FastCompany.com and chairs the Masters in Branding program at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. In 2005 she began hosting the first weekly online radio talk show about design, Design Matters with Debbie Millman, which is now featured at DesignObserver.com. She is the author of three previous books: How To Think Like A Great Graphic Designer (Allworth Press), The Essential Principles of Graphic Design (Rotovision) and Look Both Ways: Illustrated Essays on the Intersection of Life and Design, (HOW Books). [KR]

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