greetings from Los Angeles card sets

2 oz

$12.00

hand printed in West Adams

represent your Los Angeles ‘hood with these chic & simple cards.

 Ink+Smog Editions are designed by a husband & wife team in the West Adams District – & perfect for sending greetings to friends, colleagues, clients or loved ones- all while showing Los Angeles neighborhoods a little love.

* each set of four (4) cards includes envelopes – with fifteen (15) available neighborhoods & cities.

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greetings from Los Angeles card sets are hand-printed by Ink+Smog Editions – a small letterpress print shop & urban paper goods company located in Los Angeles – inspired by their love of the city.

greetings from Los Angeles cards let you support a local company while also showing your appreciation of Los Angeles & surrounding neighborhoods & cities.

fifteen (15) options… say hello from:

Atwater Village, Highland Park, Echo Park, Culver City, Santa Monica, Koreatown, Venice Beach, Malibu, Pasadena, Downtown Los Angeles, Ojai, Palm Springs, Boyle Heights, East Los Angeles, & Eagle Rock.

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great for clients, colleagues, friends & family – or bundled together with other made-in-L.A. items from barrio.la.

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handprinted on Mohawk Vellum Kraft paper card stock with a Heidelberg Windmill letterpress.

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materials: mohawk vellum kraft paper + white envelope + strathmore paper + envelope + ink

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Additional information

Weight2 oz
Dimensions3.5 x 4.25 x .25 in
CITY:

Atwater Village, Highland Park, Echo Park, Culver City, Santa Monica, Koreatown, Venice Beach, Malibu, Pasadena, Downtown Los Angeles, Ojai, Palm Springs, Boyle Heights, East Los Angeles, Eagle Rock

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