With an unusually youthful Santa Claus
I think I’m getting that ISMS over FRUTKR is “first Christmas”, and I not only adore and admire the illustration, but think that his lettering on “HENRY” is AMAZING.
I didn’t have the patience/time to scan it in yet, but Henry’s filling-in of the blanks on a book for kindergarten slayed me. Here’s a sample: “At Christmas time, I like to hear: BELZ and KURISMSMYYOZK.” (Bells, and Christmas music.)
I adore the second-line y! Also–the detail on the shoes and other areas. 🙂
I only just now finally figured out that it should be read FRUT KRISMS. Previously I’d been simply baffled.
Wait, you mean Santa Claus wasn’t there at the first Christmas. I can’t believe it. Everybody says he’s old, but he’s not even 2011 years yet!
“In the early-to-mid 4th century, the Western Christian Church first placed Christmas on December 25, a date later adopted also in the East.” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christmas
Sounds about right.
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