inspired stationery, featuring vintage cover art. The consumer lifestyle magazine is celebrating its 125th anniversary.
The range will include calendars, labels, note cards, journals and note pads, featuring artwork of Jessie Willcox Smith from the 1920s. The products are set to debut May 16 at the National Stationery Show in New York and will be available later this spring at specialty gift, book, toy stores and museums.
"In developing this collection, we paid particular attention to expanding the archival program in connection to
125th legacy," says Glen Ellen Brown, vice president of Hearst Brand Development. "Galison was a natural partner for us given their commitment to producing high-quality, affordable products that our readers can trust."
vintage cover art also appears on posters at Art.com and puzzles at specialty and museum gift shops in the U.S.
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