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HUMOURCARDS Cool science and jolly good sports are a great laugh


One Big Element


Science has never been cooler,” said Haze Carter, Camden Graphics Product Manager, “geek-chic is back.”


The new One Big Element range takes you back to the days of double chemistry and bunsen burners but with a modern and alternative twist. This range is captivating, clever, sophisticated and incredibly witty, with strong, eye catching and funky designs, which appeal to everyone. Jolly Good Sports


The new Jolly Good Sports range combines everything men (and some women) love, blending the nations love for sport, Britain, and a good laugh into a superb humour range.


Hilarious images have been paired with side-splitting remarks to create a brilliant collection that is suitable for a full spectrum


Quite Frankly it’s


of consumers… even the sport


despising of you will chuckle at the gags! This photographic humour range


from Hanson White stars a whole host of “athletes” taking part in an array of sports; golf, athletics, wrestling, swimming and general exercising! All the cards feature the Union Jack image, which has been morphed into the design. The New Yorker


Since it began publication in 1925, The New Yorker magazine has published over 90,000 of the world’s funniest single-panel cartoons, covering a variety of topics by an array of talented artists and these cartoons are showcased in this brilliant humour range from Hanson White.


Traces Of Nuts The 2011 Henries Award winning hilarious and slightly risqué Traces


Of Nuts features cartoons from Australian artist Tim Whyatt. Portraying his witty and insightful observations on life this range is a great alternative humorous send for all occasions. Constantly refreshing… new and equally hilarious designs will be coming soon. Out Of The Ark


A fabulous photographic range featuring hilarious plasticine animal characters, statement humour, some of which are of a lightly risqué nature. New designs have now been added to the line featuring strong and highly original humour, meaning Out Of The Ark continues to be a winner!


01924 465200 www.ukgreetings.co.uk


something to smile about


Frank By Name is the popular humour range from Abacus which continues to grow, with the launch of yet another batch of new designs. The latest ad ditions follow the successful formula of previous Frank designs offering gentle humour presented via captioned, spot-coloured


black and white photographic images. The six new 5x7 format cards are offered cello-wrapped with a range-branded sticker and are accompanied by white cartridge envelopes.


T: 01638 569050 www.abacuscards.co.uk


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An Outrageous look at life Naughty but nice is the traditional British seaside postcard-style humour which underpins the Outrageous 19th output. And the new range of 10 Outrageous recipes keeps up the style using cookery as a metaphor for life. The cards are slightly risqué with innuendo but no bad language. They are spoof menu boards with recipes and tips that depict the battle of the sexes. The recipes join the series of saucy innuendo-based ideas for


cards, books, calendars, diaries and merchandising - poking fun at our most cherished sports and pastimes.


Some folk take these pursuits way to seriously and therefore leave ourselves open to a bit of leg pulling. By manipulating the wording of rules, regulations, coaching tips


or recipes they give a completely different slant to the meanings. Therefore if you were completely pure of mind (and perhaps slightly stupid) the wording would appear correct and innocent – and to the other 99.99% of us would see the joke and appreciate the send up.


The Outrageous products are designed for the card and gift market, and stocking fi ller – a present for under £10 that will bring a smile to the recipient. Just enjoy the humour and remember that it’s all done in the best possible taste


T: 01525 860746 www.outrageous19th.co.uk


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