Charles Rennie Mackintosh Argyle Chair Card£4.99
Charles Rennie Mackintosh Argyle Chair Card
Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868 – 1928) was a Scottish artist, designer and architect. Although he created this elegant style of chair in 1898/9 for Catherine Cranston’s Argyle Street tea rooms in Glasgow city centre, he also used the design in the dining room of his own home. Created in a pop up card form as part of the range for Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum with Glasgow Life to celebrate the Great Scottish Designers Anniversary.
Pop Up cards are quick to make, easy to assemble, need no glue and all have pop out parts to make them 3D. Pop Up cards are mostly designed and made in Scotland by precision laser cutting. The are made from a sustainable and recyclable poplar plywood.
All cards come with a C6 coloured envelope, a C6 cellophane wrap and a paper insert with a space to write a message! Wooden cards are L140 x W95 x T4 mms and weigh 20gms ( with envelope and stickers 25g).