Postcards From Home

Buy the pack of eight famous Welsh artists’ postcards for a homelessness charity

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Whether you’re staying put or lucky enough to enjoy a staycation in the UK, you can still get the holiday feeling by ordering our limited edition set of Postcards From Home.

Keep in touch with your family and friends this summer – even if it’s to just say you’re thinking of them.

In partnership with I Loves The ‘Diff, our postcards were designed by eight brilliant Welsh artists as a way to connect with your loved ones and give them something beautiful to keep.

At £5, all proceeds will go to The Wallich to help people experiencing homelessness in Wales.

Meet the postcard artists



Pete Fowler

Instagram / Twitter

Cardiff-born, London-based Pete Fowler roams the worlds of music, illustration, toy design, printmaking, painting, commercial projects, and cross-stitch embroidery through his art.

His more recognizable images have been for rock band Super Furry Animals’ albums, videos, and merchandise.


Phil Morgan

Website / Instagram

Legendary local illustrator, Phil Morgan’s street art style is well loved and instantly identifiable.

Soaked in music and skateboarding – and sometimes Welsh cultural – references, Phil’s work takes well-known elements from worldwide pop culture and repurposes them with a wink, a smile and – fairly often – a middle finger.


Suzanne Carpenter

Twitter / Instagram

Suzanne is one half of the Cardiff-based, wife-and-husband creative powerhouse that is Patternistas, an award-winning creative studio with “a passion for pattern and the uplifting power it has to transform products and spaces and put happy smiles on faces”.


Matt Joyce

Website / Twitter Instagram

Matt is a freelance illustrator based in the UK, specialising in illustrated murals, animations and maps.

His illustrations mix bold lines and bright colours with humour and a loose, hand-drawn aesthetic.


Rohanne Sanders


Rohanne is a graphic designer and artist based in Cardiff.

Using her degree of graphic design and self-taught passion for traditional art, she enjoys combining these two skills together to create contrasting pieces that focus on expression and colour.


Sophie Potter

Twitter | Instagram

Freelance illustrator Sophie has a background in Japanese and French language and culture, and specialises in illustrations for businesses, packaging and editorial.

Sophie’s work is often characterised by flora and fauna, interesting objects and bold colour palettes.


Frank Collict

Instagram / Twitter

Frank was born in Scotland but grew up in northeast England and trained as in graphic design there before coming to Wales to study wildlife illustration.

Work brought him to Cardiff where he settled in Penarth. After a short career in printing, he now paints. Primarily a landscape artist working in both watercolour and oil, he prefers to paint directly from nature, working quickly with a limited palette whilst endeavouring to capture the image before him in the most economical way.


Ian Johnson

Website / Instagam / Twitter / Facebook

I Loves The ‘Diff’s own postcard is an image by Ian Johnson, taken on 1 May 2020.

“It was really just a quick snap I took on my phone as I headed into work last Friday morning,” says Ian who works at the BBC.

The photograph, showing a Cardiff Bus on Park Street, central Cardiff, with its Cheers Drive message struck a chord with many people online, who were missing Cardiff and also wishing to convey their gratitude to the key workers who were out there keeping things going.

The fact that it also shows the Principality Stadium, converted into Dragon’s Heart Hospital, not only locates it – it can only be Cardiff – but made the image all the more pertinent.

Buy your Postcards From Home

Purchase your pack of eight cards for just £5

As a small charity, all postcard orders will be dispatched every Friday for delivery.

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