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Green alien

Greetings Card
2002 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place of origin

This card is an example of one of twenty-four designs presented in Zuva Originals' 'In Our Coats' range. The handmade cards use vibrantly coloured synthetic media to depict playful scenes and fanciful characters. The cards are designed with a deliberate element of kitsch.


Object details

Categories
Object type
TitleGreen alien (generic title)
Materials and techniques
Synthetic fur and plastic snaps stitched onto paper card
Brief description
Greetings card by Zuva Originals
Physical description
Greetings card whose surface is decorated with vivid synthetic fur and plastic snaps with movable parts. The design on orange paper card consists of an orange synthetic fur surface over which a green sythetic fur cut-out is sewn. The 'alien' described in green fur has plastic snap details for eyes and black thread in a curvilinear stitch for a mouth.
Dimensions
  • Height: 15.45cm
  • Width: 10.8cm
Marks and inscriptions
  • Hand Made and Printed Cards/ Zuva Originals/ 01 235 529444/ Please Recycle (1) Makers's mark; English; lower centre on reverse)
  • In Our Coats (Label; English; lower centre on reverse)
Credit line
Given by the maker
Summary
This card is an example of one of twenty-four designs presented in Zuva Originals' 'In Our Coats' range. The handmade cards use vibrantly coloured synthetic media to depict playful scenes and fanciful characters. The cards are designed with a deliberate element of kitsch.
Collection
Accession number
E.291-2002

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Record createdOctober 30, 2003
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