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Joseph Veazey Holiday Card

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Production Method

Digital

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Design

Joseph Veazey

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Printing

Timely Press

Designer and illustrator Joseph Veazey—with help from the nimble fingers of his elves design team — rolls his hand-die-cut eyes and sticks out his hand-pulley-system-ed tongue at the holidays. 

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Client

Self-promotion


Quantity Produced

75


Production Cost

$300


Production Time

1 Week

Dimensions (Width × Height × Depth)

5 × 7 × 0.1 in.


Page Count


Paper Stock

White Uncoated 100#


Number of Colors

CMYK

Varnishes


Binding

Hand-assembled


Typography

Hand-drawn

 


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Project Description

Annual personal holiday card which consists of a pink envelope with a die cut face, which opens to reveal a green card. The card opens to reveal a colorful face with tongue sticking out that functioned as a pull tab. When the tongue is pulled, the character's eyes roll back in his head as the words "HAPPY HOLIDAYS," illustrated by hand, slide into view.

Production Lesson(s)

The construction of this project was done completely in the studio by the designer's team. It is a deceptively complex mechanism that links the pull tab to the eyes - which actually involves a string and pully system hidden behind the face. Individual pieces of string were cut, tied, and glued behind each face before mounting to the card. Die cutting on the envelope was done in-studio on a small diecutting press.”

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Kelly Cree

Writer for UnderConsideration LLC.

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Date Published

April 13, 2015

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