Joyful and vibrant: a fun clutch of Easter cards reproducing a colourful design from 1963 by British illustrator Esme Eve (1920-2001). A popular illustrator of children’s books and greetings cards in the 1940s-60s, Esme Eve’s designs are delightfully expressive; her fun characters deftly created with a few strokes of colourful paint. These chicks are dressed to the nines with spectacular bonnets - perfect for joining the annual Easter Parade and Bonnet Festival which makes a colourful sight in Manhattan each Easter Sunday. Since the 1880s, this fun festival has spilled onto 49th to 57th Streets and is the place to see and be seen.
Made exclusively for Culture Vulture
Size & Additional Information
2 designs, 12cm square
Printed ‘Wishing you a Happy Easter’
Printed in Great Britain
Packed in a compostable bag. Requires industrial composting: please add to your food or garden waste bin (subject to your local refuse collection policies)