Gentlemen! Consider the following Valentine's Day advice from Chuck Jones:
"Hand kissing. This is something I took up when I realized its character and intent. A girl is a continuing thing, and it isn't because the hand-bone is connected to the arm-bone is connected to the head-bone. The skin of a girl's hand is connected by direct route and direct wire to her lips, the hand is like holding the end of a lariat, the business part is at the end. So when the continental gallant kisses a girl's hand he is in effect saying what every woman wants to hear: 'I'd like to kiss your lips.' Shaking hands is just silly, whoever heard of shaking lips." –Chuck Jones, Stroke of Genius, A Collection of Paintings & Musings on Life, Love & Art by Chuck Jones.
14 Carrot Offering is a fine art stone lithograph, hand-pulled, one color at a time at the prestigious American Atelier in an edition of 350 examples, each hand-signed by the artist in pencil. It was created from an original oil painting by Chuck Jones who, in turn, was inspired by a painting by Marc Chagall.