EMPORIUM: perfect objects made by others that we wish we had made ourselves.
Days Fall Like Leaves
One of the great pleasures to be had in Cambridge in December is looking at the book sculptures in the windows of the Cambridge University Press bookshop. Artist and paper sculptor Justin Rowe has created the Christmas window displays every year for the last few years, and they are always funny, beautiful, fragile and wonderfully unexpected.
Eagerly awaiting this year's offering, IMPRINT has pleasure in offering for sale a pack of twelve cards, each with a different image from his now legendary 2011 display, The Twelve Days of Christmas. If you are beguiled by the artistry, but not looking for a Christmas card, we also offer the single bewitching image "Perhaps I shall find out somebody's secret".
The 12 Days of Christmas
Each card measures 105 x 147 mm
One each of: Partridge in a Pear Tree, 2 Turtle Doves, 3 French Hens, 4 Colly Birds, 5 Gold Rings, 6 Geese a Laying, 7 Swans Swimming, 8 Maids Milking, 9 Ladies Dancing, 10 Lords Leaping, 11 Pipers Piping, 12 Drummers Drumming