Jet Set Notecards
It’s incredibly hard not to keep everything I find for myself. This Deadstock set of Richard Ely notecards is a classic case in point. Ely was a fashion illustrator in the 60s and 70s for some of the great New York department stores and Fashion Publications. He went on to teach at the Fashion Institute of Technology as a professor of Art and Design for many years. I haven’t been able to find anything comparable or to name this specific art piece. The note cards are in pristine condition with a a bright pink interior and coordinating envelope. The amber plastic box leads me to believe that it’s from the 70s or 80s. There are no dates associated with the copyright. What a find!