This card image uses Rose Synoptique (1890) by Charles Lacouture. Lacouture was a keen colour theorist and attempted to use three primary colours to create all hues, not by varying the tint of the inks, but by changing the density of intersecting and parallel lines.
Printed on acid free paper.
Measurements: 17 cm x 12 cm.
Comes with 120gsm recycled envelope.
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