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Paper Chase Press has done it again. Following creative collabs with Kelly Wearstler and Commune Design, the LA-based printing company has teamed up with another hometown hero: The Dreslyn. Offering a Technicolor toast to our city, the cult-favorite e-tailer and purveyor of epic warehouse sales worked with Paper Chase to produce five greeting cards featuring cubist collages that depict iconic Los Angeles scenes.
Each $25 set comes with ten 4.25 x 5.5 inch folded cards with matching tangerine-hued envelopes. (Psst: they created black and white versions to satisfy their minimalist fans, too.) LA-centric art includes the above Hollywood sign, a quintessential palm tree, a beach umbrella, and more. Sending these frame-worthy cards to your non-LA friends and family might be the perfect way to remind them that yes, it's pretty damn awesome living here.