What better way to stay in touch with a friend during this time of social distancing than to drop them a hand-written note? With a skeleton on the front?
This illustration is from "De Humani Corporis Fabrica,” a book published in 1543 by a Flemish physician named Andreas Vesalius, who is considered the Father of Anatomy. I, for one, am glad he thought skeletons should have personality.
Postcard is 4x6 inches with a glossy front.
This postcard was originally created for the UncouthCurations Patreon as part of their monthly swag.