Charity Christmas Cards

Supporting Alzheimer's Society

Limited edition Christmas Cards by Five Inspiring Illustrators

Bob Books have collaborated with five British illustrators to create a limited edition series of Christmas cards this year.

The set of cards feature five wonderful designs to cheer any mantlepiece, all profits will be donated to Alzheimer’s Society.

Each design has been generously donated by the illustrator.

Illustrated cards come in packs of 10 (2 of each design) with envelopes. Priced at £9.99 per pack plus £2.50 shipping.


About Alzheimer's Society

Our mission is to transform the landscape of dementia forever. Until the day we find a cure, we will strive to create a society where those affected by dementia are supported and accepted, able to live in their community without fear or prejudice. 

'There are over 100 hundred types of dementia, so people will be effected in different ways. It was lovely that you used the phrase living with dementia, because that’s one of the big things that Alzheimer's Society works to do, to promote the idea that people can live well with dementia. They are not suffering from, they are living with.' Jack O'Neill, Dementia Support worker, London. 

Read our full interview with Jack here. 

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Meet the Illustrators

Holly Blackman

Holly is a freelance illustrator living in Worthing, England. She is inspired by wonky buildings, overheard conversation and nature. She likes to draw animals in jumpers, experiment with hand rendered type and create images for people to enjoy.

Jacqueline Colley

Jacqueline is an illustrator and pattern designer who loves matching her socks to her outfit! Her work is often inspired by travel, nature, play and of course colour. She won Best Illustrator at the Mollie Makes Handmade Awards in 2017 and the Heals Discovers in the Textiles category, 2015.

Bella Gomez

Bella is a surface pattern designer and Illustrator living in Lewes, England. Her bold, evocative prints and patterns can be seen on murals, fashion, advertising, children's wear, books, packaging and homeware. Her paintings embrace her love of colour and form, creating unique and expressive artwork.

Nicky Jack

Nicky is an artist and illustrator working in London. She paints London House portraits and classic scenes in watercolour. She loves the detail and movement of an architectural scene. Her illustrations and pictures can be seen in an exclusive Christmas card series for Fortnum and Mason, Cath Kidston London print designs, St Pauls Cathedral shop as well as Waterstone's London landmark designs.

Michelle Thompson

Michelle’s work combines found materials (books, magazines, photographs, postcards and other ephemera) with painted, drawn and printed elements. She explores shared memory - cutting and re-assembling historical images, to reflect contemporary pop culture. Michelle’s most notable collaboration is with the British designer Vaughan Oliver, she also illustrated Cherie Blair's book cover, 'The Goldfish Bowl' and 'The Wasp Factory' by Iain Banks.