The best sarcastic notes for your beloved admin staff

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By Low Lai Chow in New Illustration on Monday 5 May 2014

In tribute to the recent Administrative Professionals’ Day, Someecards dreamt up the best alternative notepads to replace the ubiquitous ‘While You Were Out’ ones. These are brutally and unnecessarily honest — but hey, that’s why we dig them.

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Endearingly scathing letterpress greetings

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By Low Lai Chow in New Design on Thursday 29 August 2013

Behind Lady Pilot Letterpress is the one-woman force, Emily Wismer. Based in Wilmington, North Carolina, Wismer juxtaposes classical illustrations with wicked lines for special occasions in her letterpress greetings, As she states on her website, her specialty is in the arena of ‘sarcastic and sweet letterpressed greeting cards’.

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Collage made from baseball cards by Christopher Gideon

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By Christopher Gideon in New Art on Wednesday 21 August 2013

Decipher II and Tapestries are continuing series of collage works using baseball cards from my childhood collection. In a sense, the cards are unraveled and then assembled or crocheted into geometric shapes and patterns which isolate and highlight certain graphic elements from their former designs.

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Baseball Card Vandals

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By Erik Kraft in New Trends on Wednesday 7 August 2013

I collected baseball cards briefly as a kid, because that was just what you did. I didn’t enjoy it at all. Had I been the one to think of Baseball Card Vandals, my childhood might have been turned around.

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Card greetings topical to Lance Armstrong’s confession

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By Low Lai Chow in New Design on Wednesday 23 January 2013

One thing we can always trust Someecards to do is to make us laugh with their irreverent take on whatever’s making the world sit up and take notice. Prime example: Lance Armstrong’s confession on Oprah’s talk show. Check out the excellent multiple snide commentaries they have on the subject matter, regardless of what special occasion it all pertains to.

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Don’t write it: tattoo your message onto a gift card

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By in New Products on Saturday 5 November 2011

Here’s a card that really challenges your ability to personalise a message. Instead of writing it, doodle and draw your sentiments. Perfect for art and graffiti enthusiasts. Get it here .

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My Paper Cuts

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By Casper Johansson in Cool Websites on Tuesday 26 February 2008

The goofballs at My Paper Cuts enjoy coming up with cards for fictional and insignificant occasions. Regardless, these nameless affairs will mean something to someone. Warning: most of their spin-offs require a certain degree of self-involvement, and bloodstained paper may be testament to your hands-on approach. But don’t worry about spending money, these cards come […]

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