Tawn Moore is a freelance illustrator based in Montreal, Canada, who specializes in greeting cards.

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Art has always played a significant role in my life. However, it wasn't until 2021 that I started designing greeting cards with more focus and intention. I find it very fulfilling to express my creativity while commemorating special occasions through my art. To create a successful greeting card, I prioritize using high-visibility fonts, hand-lettering, and adding a touch of humour where appropriate. My ultimate goal is to foster a genuine and compassionate connection between the sender and the recipient, strengthening their bond through shared moments.


  • RSVP/Sellers Publishing
  • Felt
  • Jiggy Puzzles


What is your favorite occasion to illustrate?
When it comes to illustrating greeting cards, my absolute favourite occasion to capture is a birthday celebration. From designing whimsical cakes to capturing the joy of blowing out candles, there's something truly magical about depicting the joy, excitement, and heartfelt emotions that surround this special day. Each birthday illustration becomes a unique celebration of life and the happy moments it brings.

Which card do you still keep on your desk?
The very first greeting card I ever created holds a special place on the wall in front of my desk. It symbolizes a significant milestone in my creative journey while reminding me of the excitement and fulfillment that accompanied that first creation. It's what propelled me towards a path of creativity and self-expression that I continue to embrace to this day.

What is the most unique card you ever created?
One of the most memorable things I have ever created is a small - 1.5 inches small - yet intricately crafted book filled with a collection of heartfelt messages and thoughtful sentiments. Rather than a conventional greeting card, I wanted to create something truly unique and special for someone dear to me. The book itself was handmade and consisted of about five double-sided pages, each adorned with delicate illustrations and decorations. It was a one-of-a-kind gift that I will always treasure having created.

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