Classiky x Nancy Seki Message Cards
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Nancy Seki was born on July 7, 1962, near the Munakata Shiko Memorial Hall in Aomori City, Aomori Prefecture. He moved to Tokyo after graduating from high school. He began engraving stamps with an eraser while enrolled at Hosei University, and his tenth series of "Chonju Series" came to the attention of Mr. Ichiro Enoki and debuted in 1984 as an eraser engraver. At the time, he was named "Nancy" by Seiko Taito, editor of the "Hot Dog Press", and started a column "Nancy Seki no Kanji Ippatsu!" He is also very talented in writing. He passed away on June 12, 2002. 39 years old.
These Beautiful Woman message cards feature the iconic eraser prints of Nancy Seki. In this set, black and white prints of a "beautiful woman" are featured on these comic-like cards, which come in a plastic container that can be recycled and reused.
10 designs x 10 sheets
Prints are black and white
5.5 x 9.1cm
Made in Japan