Judy Lumley is a printmaker and illustrator, based in Hertfordshire.Judy's Story - a video of Judy talking about and making her cards
She particularly enjoys printing with lino, playing with colour and challenging paper to do dramatic new things. She has combined all three passions to produce a range of unique three dimensional shaped greetings cards, no specs required. The 3D card range has now swelled to 16 designs, which have been selling well through over 140 wholesalers, plus overseas sellers in France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan and USA. Currently, Judy is focusing on 12 key shapes (hare, fox, owl, cockerel, swan, cat, deer, spaniel, ram, badger, lovebirds and tortoise) which now come with an insert presenting a barcode, image and artist information. The other shapes (hen, bulldog, goose and partridge) are still available, but without the insert
Judy Lumley Print has also launched a brand new range of cards from Los Angeles artist David Weidman. These serigraphs were originally produced in the 1960’s and 70s. His graphic sensibility and expert use of saturated colour palettes evoke the vintage/modern look while remaining completely relevant to contemporary designers. This work recently featured in Mad Men, on the office walls of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. There are nine designs, 6 portrait and 3 landscape, size 140 x 170. On the reverse there is a small cut out image, information about the artist, barcode and each is presented in an individual cellophane bags. Judy Lumley Print has the exclusive licence for these images in the UK, Europe and Australia.
Photography by Morgan King www.morgankingphotography.com