Think greeting cards are important
make someone happy
Sending UNICEF cards is twice as enjoyable: You show a loved one that you are thinking of them and at the same time support UNICEF's worldwide work for children by purchasing UNICEF cards.
The individual, personal handwriting expresses special appreciation for the recipient. Writing sorts thoughts, calms and inspires. Personal greeting and invitation cards as well as postcards are currently experiencing an unusual revival - a counter-trend to the digital world.
Artists like Udo Lindenberg and Helme Heine and illustrators like Nastja Holtfreter or Silke Leffler want to support the impact of personal words and the impact of UNICEF cards for children. They enrich the collection with their designs.
In 2014 Udo Lindenberg again designed his own Christmas card for UNICEF. "Shrill night, loud night" he called it.
© UNICEF / Berger
Writing meets trend
Experts see hand lettering as one of the most important creative trends of recent times, inspired by bloggers and influencers. UNICEF has taken this up in a collection and, together with influencers such as @ May & Berry, @ una.kritzolina and @lightpoem, put fresh designs on cards.
© May & Berry, lightpoem
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