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Vogue Vintage 1939 - Summer - Cover Graphic Illustration A4 - Art Print

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Vogue Vintage 1939 - Summer - Cover Graphic Illustration A4 - Art Print

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: print, ink, paper
  • Favourited by: 4 people
  • Gift message available
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From United Kingdom
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DID YOU KNOW?
The very first issue of Vogue Magazine was published in 1892 as a social publication for New York’s elite society. The first issues covered etiquette and reviews of books, plays and music. It was changed into a fashion magazine in 1909 when it was bought by Montrose Nast, the founder of Condé Nast Publications.

This graphic illustration is drawn by hand digitally. This print is my interpretation of the cover of a Summer issue of Vogue magazine from 1939.

The print is A4 size (11.75 x 8.25 inches.)

The print is printed with high quality archival inks, water-resistant and fade resistant for up to 200 years, it is printed on museum 310gsm paper.

If you’d like this picture in a different size, please contact me and I’ll be happy to make one for you.

Please note that the frame is not included.

Please note that the watermark will not be present on your print.

(All work is copyright 'Claire Heffer Design.' Rights are not transferred with sale.)

Postage to the UK can take up to a week, International orders may take longer.

For more examples of drawings please see my flickr set or my website.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/29592695@N08/sets/72157627664570296/

www.claireheffer.com
DID YOU KNOW?
The very first issue of Vogue Magazine was published in 1892 as a social publication for New York’s elite society. The first issues covered etiquette and reviews of books, plays and music. It was changed into a fashion magazine in 1909 when it was bought by Montrose Nast, the founder of Condé Nast Publications.

This graphic illustration is drawn by hand digitally. This print is my interpretation of the cover of a Summer issue of Vogue magazine from 1939.

The print is A4 size (11.75 x 8.25 inches.)

The print is printed with high quality archival inks, water-resistant and fade resistant for up to 200 years, it is printed on museum 310gsm paper.

If you’d like this picture in a different size, please contact me and I’ll be happy to make one for you.

Please note that the frame is not included.

Please note that the watermark will not be present on your print.

(All work is copyright 'Claire Heffer Design.' Rights are not transferred with sale.)

Postage to the UK can take up to a week, International orders may take longer.

For more examples of drawings please see my flickr set or my website.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/29592695@N08/sets/72157627664570296/

www.claireheffer.com

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