• Design Free Thursday // Creepy Valentine’s Day Cards by Hubbawelcome.


    Posted on 14th February, by Dana Tomić Hughes in graphics + illustration, random fun. No Comments

    Valentine's Day Cards, I love you so much I've got a picture of your face on the inside of my undies.

    Valentine's Day Cards, I love you so much I've saved one of your farts in a tupperware container.

    Valentine's Day Cards, I love you so much I'm wearing a vest made from mostly your pubic hair.

     

    I have a confession to make – I am a V-Day hater. Alas, I thought these creepy weirdo-rama Valentine’s Day cards were too funny and summed up just how I feel about this ridiculous and over-commercialised stupid day. Besides, what is more romantic that admitting to your loved one you have a special shrine in your undies dedicate just to them. No amount of over-priced long-stemmed red roses can top that shit.

     

    Valentine's Day Cards, I love you so much I ate one of your used band-aids.

    Valentine's Day Cards, I love you so much I bought a cat that looks just like you.

     

    These genius cards are the work of Hubbawelcome - East-London based art collective formed in 2009 by Australian-born long term collaborators Chris Mundy and Greg Lockhart. Greg is an award-winning commercial illustrator, most recently recognised for his work in the MAYOR OF LONDON “Save the Bees” ad campaign, while Chris is an art director at M&C SAATCHI in London. Their work is inspired by “online culture and the psychology of growing up in the information age”.


    [Images courtesy of Hubbawelcome, discovered via Design TAXI.]







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