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Burger Joint Greeting Card featuring the photograph Burger Joint #3 by Elena Nosyreva

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Burger Joint #3 Greeting Card

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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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1 - 2 business days

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Charlotte, NC

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very nice. L

Elena Nosyreva replied:

Thank you Constance.

Amazing creation, Elena. Beautifully done with wonderful colors.

Elena Nosyreva replied:

Thank you Ram.

Wonderful work!

Elena Nosyreva replied:

Thank you Greg and Chrystal.

How cool

Elena Nosyreva replied:

Thank you Kandy.

Great composition.

Elena Nosyreva replied:

Thank you Jo-Anne.

Creative work!

Elena Nosyreva replied:

Thank you Irina.

F/shared-G+ Very clever, and well put together, Elena!

Elena Nosyreva replied:

Thank you Nancy.

great work!

Elena Nosyreva replied:

Thank you Deena.

Very cool!

Elena Nosyreva replied:

Thank you Silvio.

What a really fun pop art piece!

Elena Nosyreva replied:

Thank you Lee.

Very fun collage

Elena Nosyreva replied:

Thank you Iris.

Nicely done!

Elena Nosyreva replied:

Thank you Laurie.

That cow alone is worth the price of admission

Elena Nosyreva replied:

Thank you Henry.

Great work!!!

Elena Nosyreva replied:

Thank you Aimee.

Wonderfully done!

Elena Nosyreva replied:

Thank you Matthew.

Nice abstract Elena

Elena Nosyreva replied:

Thank you Leif.

Fun graphic design ! l/f

Elena Nosyreva replied:

Thank you Miroslava.

This is fun!!

Elena Nosyreva replied:

Thank you Stephanie.

Nice work! l/f

Elena Nosyreva replied:

Thank you Stephen.

Revisiting this clever graphic design!

Elena Nosyreva replied:

Thank you Belinda.

Wonderful!

Elena Nosyreva replied:

Thank you Cathy.

very cool!

Elena Nosyreva replied:

Thank you Joan.

Very creative!

Elena Nosyreva replied:

Thank you Kandy.

luv the design and popping colors

Elena Nosyreva replied:

Thank you Ella.

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Artist's Description

The history of the first hamburger remains a mystery. Some say it was a group of nomadic people called the Tartars who tenderized their beef by placing it under a horse's saddle--flattening it into a patty. Others believe it was the German immigrants who traveled to the United States during the 19th century bringing with them their favorite meal called Hamburg Style Beef-- a raw chopped, piece of beef. Some argue Americans placed the first cooked beef patty on a roll at the St. Louis World's Fair in 1921. On average, Americans eat 3 hamburgers a week. McDonald's has sold 12 hamburgers for every person in the world. 60% of all sandwiches eaten are hamburgers. The photograph of this burger joint was taken in Maypearl, TX. Simple geometric shape of this building fits perfectly in simple geometric landscape created from shapes, colors, textures and other stuff.

About Elena Nosyreva

Elena Nosyreva

I was born and raised in Russia. I got my PhD degree in biology in St Petersburg State University (Russia) and continued my research work in the Russian Academy of Sciences. In 1999, I moved to the United States to pursue my neuroscience research at the UT Southwestern Medical Center located in Dallas, TX. Being a scientist has been very rewarding in many aspects including creativity. However, I felt a compelling need to further express myself by taking an artistic journey. My artistic experimentation has evolved into a tremendously exciting form mixed media collage, fine art photography, and digital art. I like experimenting with my photographs. I combine multiple images, textures, to crystallize an image that says something new...

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