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Sempe: A Question of Balance Postcards by…

Sempe: A Question of Balance Postcards

by Editors of Phaidon Press

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0714845493, Cards)

- 24 postcards in a cloth-bound clam-shell box featuring witty illustrations of cyclists
- Each card features a watercolour or drawing of a cyclist, from Tour de France aficionados to children taking their first ride on two wheels and from beret-wearing French men to couples who are more than happy to squeeze on a bicycle made for one
- Ideal to send or simply to pin on your wall

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