Not at all jack is a wife and husband team that designs and sells quirky greetings cards (featuring a disproportionate amount of cats) and contemporary scene prints.
It began many years ago following a bet where husband (Mark) decided to try to design and sell more Christmas cards than wife (Beks). This as you can see is not a typical family dynamic and a rather strange competition...suffice to say that Mark did not out sell Beks, but as a consequence of this Not at all jack was born.
Nowadays Beks looks after all the business side of things including visiting all our stockists (which handily for her usually also sell cake) and Mark continues to draw and think up quirky messages for greetings cards.
FAQs (that nobody has actually asked yet..but maybe will (who knows)
Can I buy these cards and prints for trade?
Yes you can! We are getting a trade site set up but in the mean time contact us via email ( ) and we can send you the trade brochure.
Will buying these cards make me more popular?
Almost certainly... but if you buy these cards you are probably amazing already and don't need the superficial external validation that popularity claims to give... but yes people will love you more (yay!).
Would these prints look good in my house?
Yes they would, and have been shown in rigorous scientific studies to increase house prices
Why should I buy a card from here when I can get something better from moon pig?
Because you can't be trusted to come up with your own caption...leave it to us, we're experts.
Is there a lot of money to be made from greetings cards and prints?
Sooo much... we literally don't know what to do with all our money. The other day our youngest, Sebastian, stubbed his toe on one of our gold chairs.
Is it ever okay to clap in a cinema?
Absolutely not. The cast of the film are not present and rarely frequent the Odeon cimena chain. Clapping should be reserved for when your child does anything or when you land safely when flying with budget airlines.
What's better than a squirrel?
Noah age 5 (Nottingham)- provided both question and answer
There has been a lot of attention focused on your very public 'twitter beef' with Mr Miyagi (karate kid). Do you regret being a part of this?
We feel perfectly within our rights to have pointed out that his signature catch phrase 'wax on' was actually lifted from a car polish commercial around the same time. Shiny wax has been the real loser here.