I'm Glad You Found The Right Home
The perfect Melbourne themed card :)
The Vault, also know as The Yellow Peril, is an iconic piece of Melbourne’s public art collection. It was created by Ron Robertson Swan and erected in the city square in 1980 and attracted a lot of controversy. After the sacking of the city council in late ‘80s it was moved in the middle of the night to Batman Park on the northern bank of the Yarra River, where it faded into obscurity. It remained in this location until 2002 when it was again moved to Southbank, behind the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art. Lord Mayor at the time, John So welcomed it back as "an old and respected friend".
Able and Game cards are all blank so you can put in your own special message.
They also print all their cards themselves with a digital press onto 300 GSM paper. The card comes packaged inside a cello sleeve with a white 100% recycled (from post-consumer waste) envelope.