In the '50s Donald McGill experienced trial and tribulation as his postcards were deemed to be unsuitable for public display despite depicting innocent scenes and humorous text. In 1954 Donald was prosecuted and his cards were banned and destroyed.
A talented artist, Donald captured good humour through his work whilst being topical , and he produced 12,000 comic cards.
Under license, Lesser & Pavey take great joy in bringing these images alive once more. The images are being placed upon quality fine china mugs, coasters and magnets, and will definitely bring a smile to the faces of many.
Visit Lesser & Pavey at PG Live this May on stand 531. For more information visit www.leonardo.co.uk
Posted: 15 March 2019