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This design was inspired by the collage work of lettering artist Mick Paine .  Mick led a calligraphy master class at The Collection in Lincoln during the summer of 2009 which took as its starting point the TENNYSON TRANSFORMED exhibition - a collection of works brought together to celebrate the bicentenary of the birth of Alfred Lord Tennyson.  The image on the card was constructed in response to the 1911 film Enoch Arden by D W Griffiths (which tells the story of Tennyson’s poem of the same name).   The film is a piece of its time - a dark post-Victorian tragedy, made comic to our eyes by the oppressive and overwrought acting and filming techniques of the early twentieth century. It is also a reflection on the Word of God amongst us.  GOD IS IN THE BEGINNING GOD SPOKE THE WORD IS

160: And dwelt amongst us.  John 1

This design was inspired by the collage work of lettering artist Mick Paine .  Mick led a calligraphy master class at The Collection in Lincoln during the summer of 2009 which took as its starting point the TENNYSON TRANSFORMED exhibition - a collection of works brought together to celebrate the bicentenary of the birth of Alfred Lord Tennyson.  The image on the card was constructed in response to the 1911 film Enoch Arden by D W Griffiths (which tells the story of Tennyson’s poem of the same name).   The film is a piece of its time - a dark post-Victorian tragedy, made comic to our eyes by the oppressive and overwrought acting and filming techniques of the early twentieth century. It is also a reflection on the Word of God amongst us.  GOD IS IN THE BEGINNING

161:God is in the beginning.  John 1

This design was inspired by the collage work of lettering artist Mick Paine .  Mick led a calligraphy master class at The Collection in Lincoln during the summer of 2009 which took as its starting point the TENNYSON TRANSFORMED exhibition - a collection of works brought together to celebrate the bicentenary of the birth of Alfred Lord Tennyson.  The image on the card was constructed in response to the 1911 film Enoch Arden by D W Griffiths (which tells the story of Tennyson’s poem of the same name).   The film is a piece of its time - a dark post-Victorian tragedy, made comic to our eyes by the oppressive and overwrought acting and filming techniques of the early twentieth century. It is also a reflection on the Word of God amongst us.  IN THE BEGINNING GOD SPOKE

162: In the beginning God spoke.  John 1

This design was inspired by the collage work of lettering artist Mick Paine .  Mick led a calligraphy master class at The Collection in Lincoln during the summer of 2009 which took as its starting point the TENNYSON TRANSFORMED exhibition - a collection of works brought together to celebrate the bicentenary of the birth of Alfred Lord Tennyson.  The image on the card was constructed in response to the 1911 film Enoch Arden by D W Griffiths (which tells the story of Tennyson’s poem of the same name).   The film is a piece of its time - a dark post-Victorian tragedy, made comic to our eyes by the oppressive and overwrought acting and filming techniques of the early twentieth century. It is also a reflection on the Word of God amongst us.   GOD SPOKE THE WORD

163: God spoke the Word.  John 1

This design was inspired by the collage work of lettering artist Mick Paine .  Mick led a calligraphy master class at The Collection in Lincoln during the summer of 2009 which took as its starting point the TENNYSON TRANSFORMED exhibition - a collection of works brought together to celebrate the bicentenary of the birth of Alfred Lord Tennyson.  The image on the card was constructed in response to the 1911 film Enoch Arden by D W Griffiths (which tells the story of Tennyson’s poem of the same name).   The film is a piece of its time - a dark post-Victorian tragedy, made comic to our eyes by the oppressive and overwrought acting and filming techniques of the early twentieth century. It is also a reflection on the Word of God amongst us.  THE WORD IS GOD

164: The Word is God.  John 1

A classic, dignified presentation of the words from Isaiah.  Designed originally as a bookplate, but now available as a greeting card.  Standard size: for a note to someone who loves their words.  Presentation size:  a handsome addition to any desk or mantelpiece!

188: Word of God.  Isaiah 55:8-11

Originally designed for an ordinand to the diaconate, this verse from the New Testament has also proved very popular both as a birthday card and as a "with sympathy" card - Send it to any guy who might deserve the accolade!  Hand finished on heavy weight textured white card (300gsm) with a luxury wove white envelope (120gsm).  Standard size has proved especially suitable for a gentle line of sympathy.  Presentation size - for presentation at an ordination, significant birthday, retirement - or for any other significant occasion.

254: Look ye, a man of good repute. (blue)   Acts VI iii