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An Early Christmas Present

From us to you: a Limited Edition Louise McCune Original poster of all of our Butler Archetype friends. We’ve left a stack on the shelves in the back of Butler Café, and a few around 209. If you don’t nab one today, don’t worry, we’ll be sprinkling them around the library over the coming week.

Love, Bwog

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9 Comments

  • Concerned alum says:

    @Concerned alum Are these images really up to The Blue and the White’s usual high standard? What made you decide to make these into a poster? And please tell me you aren’t thinking of trying to sell it.

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous I love these illustrations!

    2. UnConcerned Alum says:

      @UnConcerned Alum I think these images are fantastic. It’s a well-known fact that Bwog illustrations shift year to year with the coming and going of illustrators and I think McCune’s illustrations are an interesting shift.

    3. oh my god says:

      @oh my god ew, please leave.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous These are awesome.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Too bad these are rulll ugly.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Good work, bwog

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous For the pile you left at the Butler Reference Desk. I have scored one for myself and will give it pride of place in my office. Well done, Bwog–and Louise!

    — Karen the Librarian

    1. There was supposed to be... says:

      @There was supposed to be... …a “Thank you!” where the “Anonymous” is. Capcha fail. Feel my shame.

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