'Slay Girl, Slay' Gibson Girl Card
White letterpress greeting card reading "Slay girl, slay"
The Gibson Girl was the personification of the feminine ideal of physical attractiveness as portrayed by the pen-and-ink illustrations of artist Charles Dana GIbson during a 20-year period that spanned the late 19th and early 20th century in the United States and Canada. The artist saw his creation as representing the composite of "thousands of American girls".
- Blank Inside
- A2 Greeting Card (4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″)
- 110# cotton stock
- Brown Bag Kraft envelope (70# stock, 100% post consumer waste)
- Packaged inside a clear cello sleeve
Handprinted (one at a time) on vintage midcentury Chandler & Price letterpress printing presses.