Edition of 25, 8 AP, 3 PP, 5 HC, numbered in pencil and signed in pencil on verso by the executor of The Estate of Andy Warhol, the publisher, and the printer on a stamped certificate of authenticity. There are 36 TP signed and numbered in pencil as noted above.
This series has been referred to as more "innocent" compared to Warhol's earlier prints. Some say that in his remaining days, Warhol possessed an inclination towards the traditional canvas, and it shows in this series. "The colors are soft and done with sincerity." Anderson's stories and fairytales moved Warhol. Anderson not only known for his writing, but also for his art. He enjoyed drawing and paper-cutting. Warhol's prints came to be after some of the paper-cutting and photographs ended up in "The Factory" , Warhol's studio.