Edward Gorey Raining Cats and Dogs Umbrella
Gorey's whimsical drawings of cats and dogs have been painstakingly digitally rebuilt on this sturdy auto-open umbrella.
Edward Gorey 1,000-Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
Thoughtfully conceived and engagingly intricate, the puzzle features the image “Untitled” (1965) by the incomparable Edward Gorey, creator of the animated opening sequence of the PBS television series Mystery!
Edward Gorey Assorted All-occasion Notecards
Ten 5” x 7” notecards, blank inside, with envelopes, one each of 10 designs.
Edward Gorey Decorating the Fireplace Holiday Cards
"Suppiluliumas dozes while the family finishes decorating the fireplace.”
Edward Gorey Hertha Strugg's Fifth Christmas Cards
This design dates from 1979 when it was sent by the artist Edward Gorey and the publisher, the superb private Albondocani Press (1968-1991), as their personal limited edition holiday card.
Edward Gorey Sparkler Birthday Cards
Message on front of card: I hope that you are pleased to see this card that comes to you from me. Inside greeting: Happy Birthday!
Edward Gorey Dancing Cats 300-piece Puzzle
These felines—knitting, skating, balancing, and juggling their way through Edward Gorey's 'Dancing Cats and Neglected Murderesses'—are classic examples of his anthropomorphic animals and Edwardian eccentrics.
Edward Gorey Gift Wrap
Gorey's illustrations of children at play decorate this whimsical wrapping paper; the reverse side includes printed grid lines for easy cutting.
Edward Gorey “Life is Sweet” Sterling Silver Pin
Engraved on the back: “Books. Cats. Life is sweet.”
Edward Gorey Birthday Cake Cards
Six 5” x 7” notecards with envelopes. Inside greeting: Happy Birthday!
Edward Gorey Sterling Cat Reading a Book Pin
This sterling silver pin is adapted from a drawing by Edward Gorey that is part of a series of renderings of fanciful cats engaged in unusual activities.
Gertrude Stein as a Child Holiday Cards
Like all of the wildly imaginative art of Edward Gorey, this drawing, entitled “Gertrude Stein as a child decorates a dog for Christmas,” seems more truthful than reality.