This pack of delightfully rebellious postcards, by the inventive creator of 120 Ways to Annoy Your Mother (And Influence People), Ana Benaroya, illustrates a range of “how to’s” from the pragmatic—“How to Become Rich,” “How to Figure Out the Meaning of Life”—to the fanciful—“How to Live a Bohemian Lifestyle,” “How to Pretend You Are a Foreigner.” Specially commissioned illustrations and Benaroya’s razor-sharp sense of humor make these postcards perfect to send to a friend via the good-old-fashioned postal service or to hang up on a wall.
This entertaining gem—a perfect gift—will appeal to teenage girls who want to rebel and grown-up young women who want to keep their inner teenage rebel alive.
Ana Benaroya is an artist based in Jersey City, New Jersey. She is the author and illustrator of 120 Ways to Annoy Your Mother (And Influence People) and the author of Illustration Next. Among Ana’s clients are Lincoln Center, The New Yorker, Marc Ecko, WILCO, and ABC’s World News Tonight.