An anonymous artist aspiring to the lauded heights of the postcard industry creates an enormous but putrid body of 3" x 5" risque cards somewhere during the late 1960s. Unearthed by Jim Linderman, the noted scholar of all questionable and ephemeral artistic creations, they are presented here in all their glorious color pencil quality. What was the artist thinking? He was thinking of cashing in on an industry which produced well over a million cards a year. A touching attempt at greatness. With skill not quite equal to the great cocktail napkin artists of the past, his work stands as testimony to the poor taste of his peers. All that is missing is the rejection letters. By Jim Linderman, editor of the DULL TOOL DIM BULB and VINTAGE SLEAZE blogs.