Which celeb would you choose for Really Wild’s audio cards?

Audio greeting cards publisher, Really Wild Cards is launching a new range of celebrity audio cards at PG Live, and to celebrate is asking visitors to suggest what other celebrity they’d like to see on a Really Wild card and a script. The winner will receive a bottle of bubbly, their name credited on the card and 50 copies of the card once it is published.

Jeremy Clarkson has also made the grade for Really Wild.
Jeremy Clarkson has also made the grade for Really Wild.

Explaining the idea behind the new Politically Incorrect range, John Wignall, owner of Really Wild Cards said: “Since the changes in the law relating to caricature, parody or pastiche I have noticed an upturn in impressionist type shows on TV and along with such delightfully amusing characters out there such as Donald Trump and our own Boris Johnson it soon developed into a no-brainer. I’d also been looking at ways of expanding my card range out of my niche collections and develop a more mainstream range of sound cards that would appeal to a wider audience.”

Really Wild’s current range includes niche collections such as vintage cars, trains and birds.
Really Wild’s current range includes niche collections such as vintage cars, trains and birds.

After a lot of research and through a recommendation from a good friend, John decided to commission illustrator Kelly Pierduta for the caricatures and voice over artist Darren Altman (who appeared on Britain’s Got Talent). “Darren not only lives locally to me, but has his own recording studio so we had hours of playing around with different scripts accompanied by a bellyful of laughter,” says John.

The first Politically Incorrect collection featuring Trump and Boris, mixed in with the likes of Gordon Ramsey and Jeremy Clarkson will be on display on Really Wild’s stand at PG Live.

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