In celebration of 100 Years of Scouting, we are pleased to offer this exquisite Limited Edition series of twelve sublimated embroidery emblems taken from the works of renowned illustration artists, John Hintermeister and his son, Henry. Using a proprietary process, a photograph of the original art is transferred directly onto the embroidery, creating a holographic, or 3-D appearance. The entire collection portrays the 12 Points of the Scout Law, with each 3 7/8" x 5½" emblem truly a work of art. From this limited edition collection, three emblems have been offered every three months since last January until now, December 2008. And now is your chance to start or add to your collection and collect all twelve. Artist HistoryRENOWNED ILLUSTRATION ARTISTS Henry Hintermeister (American, 1897– 1972) was one of the most prolific calendar and series artists of his day. He began his career as part of the well-respected son and father painting team that lasted for more than 20 years producing over 1,050 illustrations that were reproduced as prints and as jigsaw puzzles. Ironically, Henry and his father, John Henry often worked on the same painting—father by day, son by night—both using the same signature, Hy Hintermeister, often making it difficult to discern who had painted what picture. After his father's death in 1947, John continued some of the calendar series the two had worked on together until his own death in 1972.