Taken from Happy Cactus Designs Instagram (@happycactusdesigns)
Drawing inspiration from gardens near and far, traditional Indian textiles, and vintage design books, Happy Cactus Designs’ growing collection of colorful and pattern-driven greeting cards, social stationery, and other paper goods are all drawn by hand. Happy Cactus Designs aims to create exquisite social stationery and sophisticated greeting cards that are an extension of your personal style. Check out the Happy Cactus Designs collection on Postable. Continue reading
Taken from Ann Shen’s Instagram (@anndanger)
Ann Shen is an illustrator, letterer, and designer of magical things, based in Los Angeles. Her paper goods line celebrates every day as a holiday with whimsical, sophisticated illustrations that infuse joy into your daily life. Check out Ann Shen’s Postable collection.
from Green Tie’s Instagram
Green Tie Studio is a modern design house specializing in bespoke wedding stationery, hand-painted paper goods and custom business branding and web development. Mattie Tiegreen (pronounced just as it looks, like a green tie) is a small-town Georgia native, an addicted green tea drinker, drinker of margaritas and lover of genuine people. Mattie’s work has been featured on blogs such as Design*Sponge, The Every Girl, and The Knot. Continue reading
From Mai Ly Degnan’s Instagram @mailydegnan
Mai Ly Degnan is a freelance illustrator, pattern lover, and greeting card maker based in Baltimore, MD. She previously earned her BFA in Illustration at Savannah College of Art and Design as well as her MFA in Illustration Practice at Maryland Institute College of Art. Originally from a small town in central Florida, Mai Ly grew up surrounded by orange groves and gator paraphernalia. It was there that she learned to appreciate all things fun and kitsch. Lately, much of her time is spent with a .005 micron, brainstorming and drawing tediously patterned illustrations inspired by humor, relationships, and imaginary things. Her passion is in creating imagery and illustrated goods that make people laugh.
See Mai Ly Degnan’s card collection and send a card without leaving your computer. Continue reading
photo from Jessica Roux’s Instagram
Jessica Roux is a freelance illustrator and plant & animal enthusiast. She is originally from the woodlands of North Carolina, where she grew up surrounded by an abundance of nature. She recently relocated from Brooklyn, NY to Gainesville, FL. Using subdued colors and rhythmic shapes, she renders flora and fauna with intricate detail reminiscent of old world beauty.
You can checkout Jessica Roux’s Postable collection here and send the cards straight from the couch. Continue reading
It’s not everyday that we welcome new artists to join the Postable family, but today is just that special. We’re so excited to welcome Paula & Waffle to our dazzling list of artists!
Paula & Waffle is a fun-loving NYC-based stationery duo comprised of Paula and her Havanese pup, Waffle. Their sweet, heartfelt illustration style is sure to brighten up your day and bring a smile to your face! Continue reading
Sandra Picco Design is a one-woman graphic design studio, specializing in design for special events. Sandra has a fresh, modern aesthetic and a penchant for stationery design and pretty paper. She is a snail mail enthusiast who still believes in handwritten notes and letters and the seemingly lost art of putting thoughts on paper.
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Jacqui Lee is an illustrator and all-around creative person hailing from Calgary, Canada. Her colorful palette is often mixed with playful lettering to create charming and whimsical imagery. She enjoys variety in her work, and in addition to stationery she has also illustrated several children’s books.
Everything Little Miss is a Boston-area design studio that was started by April May in 2009. April started making cards for her family as a young kid, and never stopped. She draws inspiration from her daily adventures and fond memories of childhood. Continue reading
We asked Sam Kramer, the genius behind Near Modern Disaster some life-changing questions. Sam Kramer is the one-lady operation behind Near Modern Disaster. She’s been designing note cards since 2009 – helping you express all of the feelings you’re feeling – as awkward or inappropriate as they may be.