The Design Museum has published a series of Christmas cards with designs by product designer Marc Newson, graphic designers M/M and Stefan Sagmeister, and fashion photographer Nick Knight. Paris-based M/M has created a photographic collage, Knight chose one of his flower photographs, Newson’s image shows ‘an electrocardiogram hitting a festive high’ and Sagmeister’s creation (pictured) can be cut up to make a fire of paper logs. The cards – £9.95 for a pack of six – are available at the Design Museum Shop.
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