Modernist master Frida Kahlo is celebrated for her inspiring and introspective body of work. Featuring 55 symbolic self-portraits, her oeuvre offers viewers a window into her life. Equally revealing is the artist’s treasure trove of artifacts, which includes both personal effects and cultural objects. With these ideas in mind, publishing company teNeues has created a collection of Frida Kahlo notecards packaged in a fitting keepsake box.
Each set of Frida Kahlo stationery comprises 20 cards featuring four of her most famous paintings: Remembrance (1937), Self-Portrait Dedicated to Leon Trotsky (1937), Self-Portrait with Monkey and Parrot (1942), The Wounded Deer (1946), and The Two Fridas (1939). Printed in full color, these foldable cards are perfect for propping on a shelf or sending to your art-loving loved ones.
In the spirit of Kahlo’s collecting habits, teNeues has opted to package these cards in a sturdy, reusable box with a magnetic closure. When not storing stationery, it’s perfect for housing tiny trinkets and treasures inspired by the artist, like colorful jewelry, dried flowers, and one-of-a-kind handicrafts.
This Frida Kahlo stationery lets you send well-wishes while celebrating the iconic artist.
The set of cards features five famous paintings by the artist. They include:
Self-Portrait Dedicated to Leon Trotsky
Self-Portrait with Monkey and Parrot
The Wounded Deer
And The Two Fridas.
As a bonus, these Frida Kahlo cards come packaged in a sturdy, reusable box perfect for storing your own collection of artifacts.