Introducing There Is No Cavalry greeting cards.
Something for every occasion. (Because they’re all blank inside, so you can write what the hell you like.)
What’s the difference between you and Moon Pig?
Some would say, nothing physically.
Others might say that my greetings cards are that little bit more special because they are uniquely hand painted by moi.
And why are you telling me this?
Because I want to give them to you.
Well, when I say ‘give’, I mean give them to you in exchange for money.
That’s right, it’s your once-in-a-lifetime chance to own one of these rare and original works of art. (Maybe twice-in-a-lifetime if this batch sells well.)
So, what have you got?
I have A5 and A6. Which if you don’t know what size they are, A5 is half the size of A4 and A6 is half the size of A5. A3 is twice the size of A4 and A2 (which is pretty big) is twice the size of A3, but that doesn’t matter, because I don’t have any A3 or A2 cards. That would be ridiculous. (Don’t get me started on A0.)
Yeah, but what are they pictures of? They look a bit funny to me.
That’s because they’re abstract landscapes. At least, that’s what I’m calling them.
I potter about the Peak District and Yorkshire Dales quite a lot and they’re impressions of the shapes, textures, colours and light of the landscape.
Then there are also a couple of Japanese-style watercolours, like this…
I couldn’t possibly afford a once-in-a-lifetime, unique, hand painted card by David Milligan-Croft, could I?
Hold your horses. Let’s not be too darn hasty there, pardner. How much are these pesky little critters?
Since when did you become a cowboy?
Sorry. How much are they?
That’s better. £3.00 each for the A6 and £4.00 each for the A5.
That’s ludicrous! You’re practically giving away these once-in-a-lifetime, hand painted, unique cards, by soon-to-be-famous artist, David Milligan-Croft for nothing!
I know. I’ve not been well.
Where do I sign?
You don’t. You message me which one/s you want, pay into my paypal.me/dmcroft account, and I pop them in the post to you. But I’ll need to work out postage first depending on where you live, so don’t put any money in just yet. (Unless you just want to make a huge donation.) I’ve put a postage guide at the bottom of the page, but I don’t imagine it will be more than 1 or 2 pounds.
I couldn’t possibly send this to someone else, it’s too unique!
Stick it in a frame then.
Great idea. What if I want a bigger one? I have a portrait of the ex that I quite like the frame of.
I’ll do you a bespoke one if you like. Just let me know which card you like the style of and the size. Obviously, it won’t be an exact copy, it’ll be…
Just scroll down to sample my wares and if you’re interested either message me below or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
This last one is slightly different as it’s an A5 black and white print, so I can do as many as you like. What shall we say for this one? [scratches head] Two quid each. They might be prints, but they’re still unique. 🙂
In the not too distant future I’m going to be doing a series of landscape photography postcards of my meanderings around the Peak District and Yorkshire Dales.