This Big Bertha Original™, LIFE® Collection Cushion, would make a fantastic new addition to your home.
Made with a soft faux suede material, this collector’s edition LIFE cushion features a print on one side and a charcoal suede finish on the back. Inside it includes a generously filled sprung fibre cushion designed to keep its life for longer.
This LIFE collection cushion is expected to run for a limited time only and is sure to create a strong talking point whether used on your sofa, armchair or bed. This cushion would also make an incredible and truly memorable gift for a birthday, anniversary or wedding.
*The stated measurements are approximate.
About the Photo
Full Title: Girls playing leap frog on the beach
Photographer: Allan Grant
Story behind the Image:
Leapfrog is a children's game in which players vault over each other's stooped backs. Games of this sort have been called by this name since at least the late sixteenth century. The photographer who took this image, Allan Grant, was a photojournalist for LIFE. He had the last photo shoot with actress Marilyn Monroe and took the first photos of Marina Oswald, Lee Harvey Oswald's wife, following U.S. President John F. Kennedy's assassination. He took this classic photo years earlier in 1947 for the pages of LIFE.
A little about LIFE® & Big Bertha Original™
Big Bertha Original™ & Time Inc have teamed up to bring you a collection of LIFE® bean bags & dog beds.
LIFE magazine was published almost every year between 1936 & 2007 and includes an archive of some of the most iconic images of the past century. The collection includes iconic photographs of major twentieth century historical figures such as the Kennedy's and Winston Churchill, historic moments like the moon landing and the Ali-Frasier fight, and incredible images of the world around us, ranging from shots taken in outer space to the world’s natural wonders.
Big Bertha Original™ are one of Europe’s most established bean bag & comfort brands, with design, development & manufacturing taking place primarily in Lancashire England.