Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from the Community

Happy New Year 2013Dear blog reader, to wish you the very best for the end of the year, we’ve asked some of our creators from all over the world to co-create this greeting card with us. We were delighted with the warm positive answers and support we received and with the fantastic outcome ; many thanks again to our lovely creators. After posting it on our community blog, we now share it here for you. Are you curious to know more about the eYeka members who participated in co-creating this card with us?

Urbansicc from England

« When I was contacted by eYeka to create a Holiday greeting for all members I felt so touched and honored. eYeka has always been a place for me to return to and make something new and adventurous. Always new possibilities to learn and develop, new challenges to take, and most importantly: appreciation for my work. Upon all this, the guys at eYeka are one of the nicest I’ve ever had the chance to work with, just like a friendly happy family. So now, as a return to all the kindness I’d like to wish a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all of you, eYeka members! :) »


Oliviamj from Indonesia

« Thanks eYeka for giving me opportunity to participate here. Christmas and New Year is coming. I personally love Christmas. I hope everyone will be happy and cheerful on welcoming it. Share the love, fun, and kindness through creativity. May all the joy surrounds us and people we loved. Keeps inspiring! :D Cheers. Olivia Meisye Jufri »


VegaFX from Italy

 » “Do not try to decipher what your unique destiny is! To exist is a duty, even if it lasts a minute“(Goethe, Faust, vv. 9417-9418). It is an invitation to live intensely every moment, not afford to look mediocre one moment of our existence: the Horatian carpe diem at the nth degree. We often forget about this. »


Uliana_Z from Ukraine

« I’ve been thinking about making an advertisement since a long period of time and finally it happened due eYeka. The win in my very first contest made me more confident. It is great that eYeka gives opportunities to everyone. I wish you all creative luck! »


Diamantfilms from Germany

« Hi eYeka Team & Community, I wish you a great year 2013 and great successes with everything that we want to achieve! Also I wish you an exciting New-Years-Eve, I guess I will be watching the fireworks somewhere in Germany. I hope you all will also have a beautiful glorious view on the fireworks! Take care! Thomas »


Adriangr from Spain

« I wish to all the eYeka community the best for this New Year. I hope this new year will be better than the past one (and that it would be always the case), and that you will achieve all your goals and aspirations. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2013. »


Mrno from China

« I am so looking forward to seeing all the cards from the rest creators, it’s great to receive 10 different cards from all over the world. I am very happy to join eYeka – this big and creative family, your creative ideas make me feel excited, they are very inspiring! Here I would like to thank all of you for giving me the inspiration. Wish all of you a happy new year! All the best to eYeka! ^^ »


Carlos_takemoto from Brazil

« I wish everyone that the feeling of harmony and fraternity, typical of this time of the year, be extended to all over the year of 2013. Carlos. »


Amusinggroup from HongKong

« I used a hand and a tree as the main elements in this Christmas card: the tree is like our hand, we use it to create so many beautiful ideas (leaves), so don’t lose it. I want to express this idea through this Christmas card. Wish all of you merry Christmas and happy New Year! »


Redhipu from South Korea

« Hello, it’s Wonho Cho from South Korea. I live with daily challenges and enthusiastic attitude every day. Let’s challenge together on eYeka! »


Dionysos35 from France

« Merry Christmas and happy New Year 2013, the inspiration be with you for the next contests with amazing creations!« 

About Yannig

Yannig was Marketing Manager at eYeka, responsible for PR, communication and research. Interested in marketing, innovation and design-related topics, he also loves to free his head by cycling, running, reading or drawing. Yannig, who holds an MSc from ESSCA School of Management and a PhD from University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, tweets under @YannigRoth and blogs at
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