Some of Don's favorite patterns and drawings digitally printed on white card stock. Each package includes twelve identical 5-1/2" X 4-1/4" folded notecards. Blank inside so you can write your own message. Twelve matching white envelopes included. Comes in a clear gift box.
Available designs are:
Bats get mixed reviews. In China they signal enormous good luck. In the West, bats are linked with darkness, malevolence, witchcraft, vampires, evil, and death. The pattern on these notecards is from Don Moyer’s sketchbook, where there is ample evidence the artist has bats in his belfry.
Don’t you wish you had an army of loyal and obedient demons to do your errands? Wouldn’t it be great to hand your to-do list to your hoard and watch them fly off? (As always, the problem is getting them back inside the bottle.) Your demon hoard is the theme of these notecards—from the patterned endpapers of Don Moyer’s book, Monster Etiquette.
How Many Dragons?
These notecards are a reminder of the ancient philosophical puzzle. If your cookies are guarded by your dragons, what will prevent your dragons from eating your cookies? More dragons? While you try to figure out this timeless riddle, maybe you should concentrate on baking more cookies.
Sea Monster Jamboree
Humans have a tendency to fill up the unknown with monsters. A famous example is the sea monsters that enliven the wild places on early Renaissance maps. These notecards, loaded with cryptozoological marvels, are an over-the-top example based on Don Moyer’s limited-edition, letterpress print.
Talented Victorian designer, William Morris, created hundreds of beautiful patterns but, sadly, all these designs were missing one vital ingredient—dinosaurs. We’ve fixed that problem. Here is Don Moyer’s parody of one of Bill’s patterns from 1851—now with all the dinosaurs you could ever want. This pattern also appears on a long scarf, square scarf, necktie and pocket square.
Things Could Be Worse
We lose our keys. We lose our job. We lose our superpowers. But things could probably be worse. We could be plagued by pterodactyls, pursued by giant robots, or pestered by zombie poodles. These notecards, inspired by Don Moyer’s drawings of a discombobulated, blue-willow paradise, are a reminder to smile despite set backs.
Poodles are rambunctious. Zombies are a curse.
It’s clear that zombie poodles have got to be the worst.
Sinister poodles have appeared in Don Moyer’s sketchbook for more than 10 years. So it was inevitable that prancing poodles would become a pattern for textiles and notecards.