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Louise Brooks Official Greeting Card featuring the digital art Louise Brooks in Rochester by Louise Brooks

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Louise Brooks in Rochester Greeting Card

Louise Brooks

by Louise Brooks

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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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Adorn your home with the classic beauty of Louise Brooks, the beloved silent screen star of the Jazz Age. This exquisite artwork captures Ms. Brooks... more

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Adorn your home with the classic beauty of Louise Brooks, the beloved silent screen star of the Jazz Age. This exquisite artwork captures Ms. Brooks in 1979, radiating a timeless elegance and intellectual depth. Her luminous eyes and striking features convey the wisdom of a woman who captivated audiences with her talents in film, dance, and literature.

Discover more about the life and legacy of this iconic woman on the Naked on My Goat blog, where we celebrate her trailblazing spirit and fierce independence.

This design is available on a range of mediums, from luxurious towels and stylish totes to elegant stationery, cozy pillows, and finely framed prints. Bring a touch of vintage glamour and intellectual allure to your home décor with this stunning tribute to one of the most talented and inspiring women of all time.

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About Louise Brooks

Louise Brooks

As an American actress and dancer, Lulu’s contributions to Hollywood include 17 silent and 8 sound films. Her bobbed haircut and unique style made her an iconic symbol of the 1920’s flapper, while her relationships with the rich and famous made her name synonymous with sexual liberation and rebellion. She also made a name as a writer, publishing Lulu in Hollywood in 1982. In his essay “The Girl in the Black Helmet,” Kenneth Tynan praises Brooks’ style and film presence, noting “This was Louise Brooks…she has run through my life like a magnetic thread…a dark lady worthy of any poet’s devotion.” He speaks to Lulu’s robust legacy and artistic contributions–a goal we at Vintage Brooks hope to achieve. This unique...