My card for 1991 was a felt-tip pen sketch of a man riding a fish down a street.
The choice of a fish was just because a fish is the traditional default surrealistic item in the UK. That it is a Christian symbol on a Christmas card is pure coincidence.
The street in the background is based on a photograph of Bridge Street in Cambridge, UK, but with the shop names & displays changed for humour (e.g. to "Specialist Lemon Arrangers").
As traditional for artworks, I signed it (albeit hidden in a shop sign) but it might be risky to put ones signature on ones website so, when scanning it for the WWW, I edited that to just my name.
Card assembly instructions to duplicate the original (other than the signature):
For the rest of my Christmas cards, go up to my Christmas card gallery page.