wakamatsu
"wakamatsu" in Japan is a traditional pattern for new year which brings luck and best wishes.
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Solution

A hand-drawn "wakamatsu" collection of greeting cards designed both for UNICEF's business partners and private customers, inspired by a traditional patterns in Japan. "wakamatsu" in Japan is a traditional pattern for new year which brings luck and best wishes. Wakamatsu means the new born pine needles typically coming out in the early spring which become the sign of the incoming year. It's dynamic, fresh and meaningful.

What story does your card design tell?

UNICEF today- improving the living conditions of children in our 190 countries. The children is also like the new leaves of the pine tree. They are the future.

Is your card for business or private use? Or both?

Both.

Is the design 100% created by you or is there anything we should know about any third party material used?

100% created by me.

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