Synopses & Reviews
Have you ever wished you could just stare at cut-out versions of the drawings in Hyperbole and a Half? Or maybe youand#39;ve always wanted to stand them up on a table where you can see them better. Well, now is your chance! These die-cut cards are self-standing, so they can be displayed together on a shelf. They can also be used as gift tags or mailed in the included envelopes.and#160;There are twelve cards total; three each of four different characters (Helper Dog, Simple Dog, God of Cake, and Allie).
About the Author
Allie Brosh started her award-winning blog, HyperboleandaHalf.com, in 2009. In 2013, Advertising Age named Brosh one of the 50 most influential creative figures in the world. She lives in Bend, Oregon.