Hobokengreetings.com

Greetings From Hoboken product line expands!

12/16/2010 Update:

Raymond Smith – the famous artist who created the well-known “Greetings from Hoboken” postcards has expanded his product line to now include Coffee Mugs and Mouse Pads!

Perfect for sending to your out-of-town friends and family (to rub it in that you live here). Available online at Hoboken Greetings – or you can pick them up locally at Yes I Do!Empire Coffee – and the Hoboken Historical Museum.

11/29/2007:

It’s been a year since local artist Raymond Smith announced his website: Hobokengreetings.com. His greeting cards are perfect to send your friends and family out of town!

It’s a ‘Season’s Greetings from Hoboken’ holiday card and is an extension of his ‘Greetings from Hoboken New Jersey‘ image line. It’s a nice big 5X7 card, blank inside, with a white envelope. It’s also on sale at Empire Coffee, 338 Bloomfield and Hoboken Frame and Photo, 326 Washington Street, and the Hoboken Historical Museum. He’ll also be selling these during the Hoboken Holiday Crafts Fair.

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Member
8 years 8 months ago

Local artist? Whose art is available at a local coffee shop? And also available at a local theatrical performance? But I thought Hoboken was a “No Culture” zone of meatheads, nail salons and bars?!

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Biffy B For Mayor
7 years 9 months ago

eh, I’m not a fan. There is not even a baby jesus on these cards…what gives??? And if he is a local artist, why is he in Manhattan looking in on Hoboken??? Huh? Huh?

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MauMau
7 years 9 months ago

I like the kitschy retro look. What do you want, the obligatory santa, snowman, anglo-saxon holy family, angel, snowflake, xmas tree, dove, star, ornaments, snowy scene with sleigh, stockings hung by the chimney, wrapped presents, menorah, dreidl, or gold coins?

Member
7 years 9 months ago

They’re outdated now… Where’s the W Hotel and the clock tower?

Member
7 years 9 months ago

I’ll gladly buy these cards. I’ll be supporting a local artist and maybe even the historical museum. I’ll also be able to thwart my wife from buying those rediculous overpriced cards at “Yes I Do”.