Little Girl Holding Black Kittens - Fan Favorite Notebook
20 pages, lined.
"Luck what's here! I wish I could send enough to last you for ever!" exclaims the caption on the original postcard by D. Tempest, accompanying this delightful image. For this series, we have selected our most popular and beloved images of children and animals. The notebooks feature rounded edges and a sewn binding. The back covers are adorned with useful information such as the multiplication table and various measurement tables. See this image on a greeting card, as an art print, AND on postcards in a set!
Douglas Tempest (1887–1954), though not a household name, was a postcard artist extraordinaire! Born in Norfolk, he always signed his work simply as "D. Tempest." The majority of his career was spent with the postcard manufacturer Bamforth & Co. During the tumultuous times of World War I, his creative genius shone in the form of popular anti-Kaiser cartoons and designs depicting life on the wartime home front. His exceptional popularity led to the hiring of two artists to work under him, tasked with emulating his distinctive style. Tempest's postcards captured the essence of an age when snail mail conveyed love, greetings, and nostalgia, and today, they stand as cherished collectibles that transport us to a bygone era of postcard artistry.
This product was custom designed and created at our location in Seattle.
6.625" X 8.625", 20 Pages, Paperbound, Lined Pages