From the honest minds of kids themselves comes this quirky new range! Building on the popularity of our “Genius” range, which features the funny things children write in exams, “Little Genius” features some of the funniest quotes from The Wisdom of Kids – Soula Zavacopoulos multi award-winning range, where she asks children their thoughts on love, life, the differences of the sexes and more - to hilarious result!
Radio 4’s ‘Sorry I haven’t a clue’ has been delighting fans since 1972. Since it’s inception ‘clue’ has seen it’s success blossom from the impish son of @I’m sorry I’ll read that again’ to the daddy of all panels games.
The eponymously titled Proctor Proctor is the brainchild of Emma Proctor, eminent illustrator and humourist. A range which celebrates the joyful miscommunications / soap opera between him and her and her and him with a unique contemporary style.
World of Moose is a creative partnership between Moose Allain, artist, cartoonist and prolific tweeter and Karen who runs the business side of things. They live and work by the sea in Devon. His work is known for his humour and wordplay. In his finely detailed, playful pictures, he creates a charming world from his imagination, now available in a new range of greeting cards.
Infographics, pie charts, Venn diagrams... All used to great effect in our new Mindfulmess humour range to illustrate those tricky little quirks and dilemmas of everyday life we are all only too familiar with!
Sir Quentin Blake CBE is one of the most prolific and certainly the best-loved of British illustrators, continuing to draw into his 80s. We are delighted to feature a wide range of his drawings on a selection of cards for all ages and occasions.
Fresh from the award-winning Woodmansterne studio, Hysterical Heritage juxtaposes imagery inspired by the Bayeaux Tapestry with modern day expressions and dilemmas, to result in a hilarious, and unique, new humour range.
Joe Berger and Pascal Wyse produce sophisticated animation and comic strips for Channel 4, BBC, Sky, Discovery and the Guardian. US cartoonist Maria Scrivan lives in Connecticut and her cartoons have been published in prestigious and popular magazines, newspapers, books and US television.
Telling it how it really is, these on-trend designs illustrate succinct and pithy observations on the trials and tribulations of modern life. Guaranteed to raise a knowing smile or three!
Raise a smile with these excellently observed cards by Daily Telegraph cartoonist Matthew Pritchett. Five-time winner of the UK Press Awards, receiving an MBE in 2002, Matt has been wryly capturing everyday British moments for over 20 years.
Featuring the pick of Punch magazine’s funniest cartoons by some of the world’s greatest cartoonists, this range celebrates years of laughs from a very British institution that is known around the world.
No one has captured the peculiarities of our British sense of humour more closely than Spike. Best-known for his ground-breaking British radio programme, ‘The Goon Show’, he was its co-creator, main writer and principal cast member.
Genius features great examples of exam answers from some clueless, but in many cases, inventive students! These award-winning, witty and ingenious cards are both ridiculous and nostalgic – perfect cards for testing times!
Ever wondered what animals would say if they could talk? US cartoonist Jimmy Craig produces illustrations which reflect what actual conversations he believes animals may have.. with brilliant and hilarious results.