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Amelia Hedgehog Postcard Set

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Format: 5" x 7"
Material: Natural White Writing Paper
Process: Full Colour
Count: Set of 5 or 10
Features: Space for personal greeting + stamp and address
Original artwork by Amelia Hedgehog, Illustrations by Sophia Hsin

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A set of Amelia Hedgehog postcards featuring positive fruit and vegetable puns. Limited print of 50 sets. Ships worldwide.

About Amelia Hedgehog

My photo series with Amelia Hedgehog started in 2014 in the studio of our home. Amelia was a friend and a muse who I would take photos of and share on social media. Our work began to gain media attention online and I was encouraged by my friends to start Amelia Hedgehog Studio and create hedgehog art.

In 2015, the first Amelia Hedgehog calendar was created and sold. Since then, me and Amelia have worked on media campaigns, stationary, and conducted book readings at schools and bookstores. Our motto: Do Small Things With Great Love. The motto is inspired by Amelia being small in size but great in spirit. Our work is also inspired by my hometown Taipei, Taiwan. Growing up on the island, I always dreamt about travel and making art in places far away.

One may ask: Why the name Amelia?

Amelia is named after Amelia Earhart, the fearless female pilot who set the example for women to be daring, powerful, and believing that adventure is worthwhile in itself. Amelia also draws inspiration from the French film Amélie who inspires her to find beauty in the mundane, to live her life to a French soundtrack and stay true to who she is.

Amelia passed away December 12, 2017, during the making of the artwork. Her passing motivated me to create this project and share it with people.

Thank you for reading our story.

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