Cards made in quarantine by Nitsan Dror are designed to bring us together

Graphic designer Nitsan Dror has created a series of A6 cards made in quarantine to encourage us to send handwritten notes to loved ones and raise money for charity.

"I'd love to help others bridge the physical gap by sharing their love in the old fashioned way," she tells Creative Boom. "In these days of social distancing, we are looking for ways to reach out to each other and stay close. I designed this series of cards that you can send to your friends and family to stay connected in a different way."

Called The A2 Project, you can order a pack from her website – either a pack of four, six or twelve, choosing from the various designs. Or you can opt for a "surprise me" pack. Prices start from £12.

She continues: "These days we hardly get anything exciting in the post, mostly just bills. This project brings back old traditions and embraces the opportunity for a real connection in a digital world."

To support charities during these challenging times, Nitsan will also be donating 10% of all profits to Age UK. "It's a charity that is providing vital support for the vulnerable elderly," she adds. Grab yourself some cards at or follow Nitsan on Instagram to see the London-based designer's latest work.


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