Illustrated Postcard VI – Putrajaya

UPDATED!

The KL Illustrated Postcard Series ended with postcard V but I am continuing with number VI with Putrajaya illustrations.

These illustrations are made especially to promote Federal Territories of Malaysia in the eyes of the world. Will make few more with different landmarks and different characters. I have converted it to postcard and made it downloadable and printable.

Federal Territories Illustrated Postcard VI - Putrajaya

Download and print postcard: Illustrated Postcard VI
Resolution: 300dpi, jpg, 1.5MB

postcard Vii

Download and print postcard: Illustrated Postcard VII
Resolution: 300dpi, jpg, 1.7MB

I think I should change the series to Federal Territories Illustrated Postcard Series, what say you?

Here’s the FT postcards once again in a row (click to see larger version):

FT postcards in spread

Yes, they are spread illustrations (measured 147cm width for all 7 illustrations). Final width will be 168cm with addition of Labuan postcard. Will update this post with the Labuan illustration soon!

Here’s the Labuan postcard:

poscard labuan

Download as print postcard: KL Illustrated Postcard V
Resolution: 300dpi, jpg, 1.80MB


Terms of Use
You can use them long as it’s for personal use only.

Instruction
You need:

  • a two-sheet card (120gm)
  • a clear self-adhesive lamination sheet
  • Spray mount or PVA glue
  • and of course a color-printer.

Instructions:

  • After printing, cut along the dotted line and fold by half.
  • Glue the inside by using spray mount or if you don’t have spray mount, use PVA glue and use a piece of cardboard to spread the glue evenly.
  • Fold it and keep it under thick book for a while.
  • Cut the lamination sheet just about the size of the postcard.
  • Stick the sheet onto the image side of the postcard. Take a piece of cardboard and squeegee the sheets until it’s even.
  • Trim the edge nicely.
  • Keep it under the thick book again for half an hour.
  • Now you can send it safely to any destinations of the world!

Note: If your printer’s inks are waterproof or if you’re using laserjet printer, you can skip the lamination process.

Here’s the KL Illustrated postcards:

Download as print postcard: KL Illustrated Postcard V
Resolution: 300dpi, jpg, 1.65MB

Download as print postcard: KL Illustrated Postcard IV
Resolution: 300dpi, jpg, 1.8MB

Download as print postcard: KL Illustrated Postcard III
Resolution: 300dpi, jpg, 1.5MB

KL postcard II

Download and print postcard: KL Illustrated Postcard II
Resolution: 300dpi, jpg, 2.9MB

Download and print postcard: KL Illustrated Postcard I
Resolution: 300dpi, jpg, 2.56MB

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58 Comments

  1. Salam Emila…poskad ini patut dijual di kedai-kedai cenderamata untuk pelancong asing. amat menarik dan sesuai buat kenang-kenangan. 🙂

  2. Hi! Your artwork is fantastic.
    I currently got one project in hand which we taught of outsourcing to an artist to help us in putting up a potrait.

    We need image of different races in the potrait. Are you interested?

  3. Hi may i know how much a post card costs?
    and if i want to buy how to go about.
    i think your post postcards are really creative n like it.

    regards
    shan

  4. salam kak em… kalau saya print poskad2 ni untuk postcrossing projects (hantar pada kawan2 luar negara), boleh tak? tapi setiap poskad yg di terima/di hantar akan keluar dalam “postcrossing” web…. hanya page depan sahaja….

  5. salam kak em… kalau saya print poskad2 ni untuk postcrossing (hantar pada kawan2 luar negara), boleh tak? tapi setiap poskad yg di terima/di hantar akan keluar dalam “postcrossing” web…. hanya page depan sahaja….

  6. sis,,
    since all these postcards not in your online shop n since u also provide the download links..
    is it ok for me to print this postcard n send it to my friend overseas….
    is it consider as personal use?
    really love all of them..

  7. hello sis..
    sorry for disturbing once again with question…
    i just notice that most of these postcards are in your online shop..
    but since you provide the download link…
    is it ok for me to print it out and send to my friend overseas..
    tq

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