The Luxe Project by moo.com is back at it again, but this time, Valentine’s Day postcards get an illustrator’s touch. Stefan G. Bucher, the mastermind behind design studio 344 and The Daily Monster trademark, created a collection of postcards that takes a cellular look at love. This makes sense. After all, as Bucher notes:
Love changes everything. Love gets into your cells. It makes your whole body recreate itself into a better, sweeter you.
In 10 differently designed postcards, Bucher created small, nearly hidden hearts to live among the brightly colored cells on the cards. These Valentine’s Day postcards each feature a different section of the cells, and they can be placed together and reassembled to build new and interesting configurations.
The collection launched January 11. Each pack of 10 cards with matching envelopes are available for $29.99. As with all items in The Luxe Project, 100% of the proceeds go to a charity of the designer’s choice. Bucher’s choice is ShelterBox USA, a charity that delivers humanitarian relief in the form of shelter to those who are homeless due to natural disasters. He explains why he picked ShelterBox USA by saying:
Their mission to provide shelter, warmth, and dignity to disaster and conflict survivors also comes with an edict to provide transparency to their donors, a value I hold in high regard.
To help Bucher make a big donation to his charity, consider purchasing a pack of cards for your Valentine’s Day sweethearts before the 14th rolls around.
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