What is the Black Labrador Greeting Card?
The Black Labrador card is a greeting card which is blank inside for your own message and suitable for most occasions, men, women and children of all ages.
The greeting card is 7 x 5 inches (17.78 x 12.7 cm) a reasonable size for a message but not so large that your hand written thoughts and best wishes look lost and lonely, it is still small enough to send as a normal letter by Royal Mail.
Who doesn’t love to see a hand written envelope dropping through the door whether its a birthday, get well soon, a thank you or just a Hi how are you, the Labrador card will delight the recipient.
Who is the Artist?
Artist Daniel Mackie illustrated the original Black Labrador in watercolours. The unusual Black Labrador illustration is made up of evocative elements of it’s habitat and big lolloping nature. This greeting card forms part of The DM Collection, a collection of prints, greeting cards, tea towels, coasters and notebooks with mostly animal themes like wildlife, farm yard and pets. Each illustration bears key elements of the animals habitat and seasons creating an interesting and colourful design.
What else is great about the Black Labrador greeting card?
The wonderful artwork of Daniel Mackie has the unusual twist of the animal form containing elements of their environment, the in case of the Black Labrador there is a strong element of Art Deco style design.
Printed onto high quality 330gsm card stock with a cream background this card has a high quality and luxurious feel to it
In short the Black Labrador Greeting Card is / has…
- 7 x 5 inches (17.78 x 12.7 cm) size
- Black Labrador illustration by artist Daniel Mackie who created The DM Collection
- Created with luxury 330gsm card stock
- Small enough to be posted at Royal Mail letter rate
- Made in the UK.
Copyright 2017 Daniel Mackie All Rights Reserved.
We also carry this and other wonderful designs from The DM Collection – please visit The DM Collection page
See the Bumblebee illustration design in progress on The DM Collection blog.