Because not nearly enough Hallmark “Happy Anniversary!” cards have terrifyingly masked Mexican wrestlers on them, there’s Viva Greetings, a made-in-ATL collection of Lucha libre-inspired notecards, stationery, and more, started by a Mexico City-born graphic designer whose multicultural heritage caused her to be raised "thinking in English and Spanish", which hopefully kept her from ever thinking about Spanglish. Choke-slamming goods include
Make your fridge even cooler with these 3in, magnet-backed plastic luchador toys with painted-on uniforms that make them look like skeletons, and ninjas, some of which even get a cape, though unlike NBC, you won't cancel your order after seeing it
Sketch plans to execute the perfect drop kick on these handmade pads, each of which’s designed with a unique wrestler on the cover, and hand-printed on an antique letterpress, also what WWE fighters call really primitive versions of the DDT
Pick up sheets of blue/purple-printed paper with all-over mask-donning grapplers doomed to be viciously torn apart -- so, someone needs a "Get Well Soon!" card.