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• Offset printed on recycled 270gsm card• 90mm x 115mm (folded dimensions)• Teamed with FSC accredited envelope• Produced locally by eco-friendly printers• Supplied in compostable cello wrap

• Offset printed on recycled 270gsm card• 90mm x 115mm (folded dimensions)• Teamed with FSC accredited envelope• Produced locally by eco-friendly printers• Supplied in compostable cello wrap

Baby Watched by Fairies - Greeting Card by Mabel Lucie Attwell 9781595835758 in Books, Comics & Magazines, Other Books, Comics, Magazines | eBay

Baby Watched by Fairies - Greeting Card by Mabel Lucie Attwell 9781595835758 in Books, Comics & Magazines, Other Books, Comics, Magazines | eBay

Vintage Vogue Covers, Helen Dryden, March 1922 #VintageVogueCoversKisyovaLazarinova

Vintage Vogue Covers, Helen Dryden, March 1922 #VintageVogueCoversKisyovaLazarinova

Inspired by 1 Corinthians 13:12, Rebecca McMeen created this piece to examine the phrase “Through a glass darkly” and its counterpart. | Somerset Digital Studio

Inspired by 1 Corinthians 13:12, Rebecca McMeen created this piece to examine the phrase “Through a glass darkly” and its counterpart. | Somerset Digital Studio

Christmas cards from Paper Moon Graphics. A Los Angeles based greetings card and stationary company started in 1977.  What set them apart from other companies was their creative use of several young airbrush artists who had made LA the center of a bright and breezy illustrative style.       During the seventies and into the eighties their airbrush work was everywhere.  You couldn’t pick up a consumer magazine without seeing an airbrush illustration used for an editorial article.

Christmas cards from Paper Moon Graphics. A Los Angeles based greetings card and stationary company started in 1977. What set them apart from other companies was their creative use of several young airbrush artists who had made LA the center of a bright and breezy illustrative style. During the seventies and into the eighties their airbrush work was everywhere. You couldn’t pick up a consumer magazine without seeing an airbrush illustration used for an editorial article.