Friday, September 26, 2008

Illustration Friday - Packed


All packed up and ready to go to Grandma's house. A Thanksgiving card design I did for Great Arrow Graphics. (The card looks better in real life.)

17 comments:

Teri C said...

Oh, this is so adorable!

Vanessa Brantley Newton said...

Terrific!!! I really think it cute and fun! Very nice. I would love to see this in a fabric. I really like all the fall colors you've used and the turkey on top is just perfect.

Connie said...

What fun! I'm just starting our with cards and this has inspired me.

frank h. said...

good! - I like simplicity with a clear message - and I like fall and turkey - 100%!

murphy girl said...

man that makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside!

Vicki Smith said...

Very clever!

Roberta said...

OK... now I'm sing the over the river and through the woods song!!! Love it.

dani torrent said...

I'd like to have a ride in that car. I love the smell of chicken.

Edrian Thomidis said...

Welcome fall! and here we come Thanksgiving! I love the colors and the patter feel! It's so great for the season and the theme.

Tracy said...

New image to accompany "Over the river and through the woods..." :) Love it!

soulbrush said...

oh that turkey is just too much! ha ha.

J. E. Morris said...

Thanks all. The original copy I had on the inside of the card was "Over the Turnpike and Through the Tolls..." I was a bit disappointed when the company changed it to "Happy Thanksgiving"

Amy C said...

Really cute and so much fun

Bella Sinclair said...

Oh, what a wonderful T-day card! Aren't the colors just gorgeous? And man, that is some turkey. I had to giggle, because it reminds me of the giant brontosaurus ribs on top of Fred Flintstone's car. :)

Aww, they changed it to a generic Happy Thanksgiving??? Well, the illo alone conveys yummy festivities and travel -- everything you think of when you think of Thanksgiving.

AWells said...

I love all of your work!

Ginger*:)* said...

Ymmmy. Thanksgiving is my most favorite holiday. This design is great...you could use it to make placecards for the 20 or so visitors you will have this year. *:)

-J.Meyer said...

what a fun little piece =)