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This is a print of my painting of a vintage black globe on a library card catalog card for the book “The New York Times Atlas of the World.” The globe is turned to show Europe, Africa and parts of the Middle East and Asia. The country colors are lilac, pink, green, golden yellow and orange.

The print is done on ivory card stock paper to replicate the look and feel of card catalog cards, which librarians typed up on index cards. It measures 3 x 5 inches, the same as a real card. The print ships in a clear archival sleeve tucked into a protective cardboard photo mailer.

To see more library card art, visit the “Library Card Catalogue” section of my shop at:

Vintage Globe Library Card Art - Print of my painting of globe on library card for the New York Times Atlas of the World



  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Vintage library card, Gouache, Archival illustrator ink, Metallic pigment
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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