Thursday, March 11, 2010

What a happy family!




Some time ago I was invited by Esti to participate in her playful collaborative project: a children's card game entitled "Happy Family". The card game includes works by the following creative people: Sarajo Frieden, Thereza Rowe, Estibaliz Hernandez, Lotte Andkilde, Aris Moore, Kimberley Di Laurenti and Lady Desidia. (see belove some of their cards too.) All the proceedings are going to the charity organization Doctors without Borders. It is to be published in Spain soon - and I can barely wait to see the whole deck of cards!

you can have a sneak peek of all of Sarajo's cards here
and here you can see Thereza's


Info on how to get your very own cards will come soon!

but today I suddenly noticed that when I sent Esti my second version of card F3 I deleted the poor girl's food by mistake ... (i.e. the layer in photoshop) That's what happens when you fix important things around midnight. But maybe she is better off without the peas?


14 comments:

Kitty Kilian said...

Wow, that IS a nice project! Can we buy the cards, too?

●• Thereza said...

what a clever idea!
i LOVE your cards :)

Alexandra Hedberg said...

Yes - the cards will be for sale!

annapernilla said...

vilken rolig idé och så fina kort :)

Caio Fernandes said...

this is really cool .
wow , i am glad to have found your blog .... you have lots of good things here !!

sarajo frieden said...

i love these, and i love that you made them all work as one when side by side. and she should eat peas as they do all sorts of good...! (however the green shape came across as a covered dish, it works too)

aimee said...

they look awesome! an amazing project!

Aris said...

My family can't wait to play with your family!!! (:
Love the table, so clever!!!

hanna-happenings said...

What an excellent idéa! You´re all so clever and talented!

Still I think it´s a little pity for the peas sake ;)

nathalie et cetera said...

wow! cool project and very nice work!

caramela said...

Very cool idea- it all works really well- peas and all-!
Annamaria :)

Fine Little Day said...

Ser spännande och tjusigt ut :)

Esti said...

See, I didn't notice the peas, ha, ha... That's what happens when you have in your hands so many great and different cards... some things go unnoticed... Anyway, I like it better without the peas, maybe because I've got used to see it that way.

To everybody interested, the card game will be available soon. Make sure to check the blogs often because we won't be making tons of them, you know... ;)

Fruenswerk said...

LOVE your cards girl :)