WWII Inspired Card
Direct lift of the now-famous (and public domain) 'Keep Calm, Carry On' poster from WWII Britain. It was the 3rd of a series of posters by the Ministry of Information, a propaganda platform that produced the messages, written as a short message, a directive from the King to the people. This one which was never printed en masse was intended to be circulated in the event of invasion by the Germans. So I used the theme to make other personal messages from me to whoever I'm giving a card to. And though I'm American, I'm a Brit at heart.
By Chase Now
For Chase Kruppo
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