Positively mean—but appropriately lighthearted in tone—Mean Cards chidingly let that special someone know how much you care. The anti-Hallmark greetings, much like the notoriously naughty Some Ecards, deliver a heartfelt message or “undisguised contempt” with a personal spin.
In addition to paper goods, Mean Cards are also available as an iPhone app, delivering up cheeky sentiments with the swift touch of a button. The app extends the range, offering exclusive titles updated quarterly.
Mean Cards sell online and at stationery shops around the world for about $3. The iPhone app is available from iTunes for $2, and for more dark-witted humor check out the Philadelphia-based designer’s blog Daily Peril.