Monday, February 28, 2011

"Giant Postcard Exhibition" Memorabilia Now Available


A line of Collector's Edition Memorabilia is now available to commemorate the "Giant Postcard Exhibition" at the Doo Wop Experience Museum in Wildwood, NJ.

The first image from the exhibition, titled "Morey's Surfside Pier at Twilight, circa 1983," is now available on selected specialty products. There are coffee mugs, beverage containers, mouse pads, tote bags, postage stamps, and a complete clothing line with over 55 garments.

Along with traditional men's T-shirts, there is a large selection of women's apparel. The top seller is a classic baby doll with a sweeping lower neckline and tapered middle. Other popular styles include sexy spaghetti strap tank tops and other styles of curve-hugging shape-enhancing tanks.

This memorabilia is great for gifts to your friends and associates who are aficionados of the Wildwoods. Their special appeal will warm the hearts of these raving fans, especially during the winter months.

The best and quickest way to access the online store is to log on to A portion of all sales is used to produce additional "Giant Postcards" for the exhibition.

Be sure to add your comments in the appropriate box at the store to let other visitors know how much you like these (and future) products featuring the postcard images as they become available.

The "Giant Postcard Exhibition" is comprised of images from "Designer Series Postcards," a distinctive line of scenic view postcards that were distributed to gift shops, motel lobbies, boardwalk stores, and other retail outlets in the Wildwoods during the 1980s. These cards redefined fantasy with a high-gloss finish by featuring some of the most breathtaking scenes ever produced on postcards anywhere in the world.

The "Giant Postcards" on exhibit are 36 inches by 24 inches in size. It is the first exhibition of its kind anywhere, produced from digitally remastered files made directly from drum scans of the original materials (photographic transparencies) used to print the cards.

The Doo Wop Experience Museum is located at 4500 Ocean Avenue (between Burk & Montgomery, directly across from the Wildwoods Convention Center) in Wildwood.


Douglas Hunsberger
Phone: 609-972-3600 (Cell)

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