Dont mix em, Whiskey and gas Depression Era poster
“By the People, For the People: Posters from the WPA, 1936-1943.” The messages–of conservation, hard work, simplicity, rich with phrases like “preserve food” and “spare our trees”– just struck me as right for now, and I think these prints represent a high point during the depression, and would look great on your wall as a nod to how far we have come.....and they just look cool :)
These unique and original artwork are printed on authentic vintage early 1900's dictionary paper from books i have rescued from booksellers who decided they were in unworthy condition and destined for destruction.
Note: Items do NOT come in a frame. This is just the print.
You will not be getting this exact dictionary page. The page will be a random vintage dictionary page, with the artwork printed directly onto it. This makes each and every print a truly unique art piece. These look amazing with any form of decor, from vintage, shabby chic, to modern!
Each Dictionary print is carefully designed in my home studio and printed on a professional grade color laser printer. No cheapo big box store inkjet printer will be used, and you can expect crisp details and vivid colors.
Large size prints (if available with this image) are printed with a professional grade Epson inkjet printer, using archival inks and are printed on Premium Luster photo paper. The quality is amazing!
The Dictionary pages are 8" x 11" with very minor variations due to the age of the books involved and process of removing them from their bindings.
I will also soon be offering 11x17, and 13x19 prints without the dictionary words, printed with archival inks on premium luster photo paper
Flat rate, any additional prints with the same order have FREE shipping. All prints will be shipped in flat rigid photo mailers, inside a sealed waterproof poly-bag, with additional reinforcement to prevent bending.
Large size prints (if available with this image) will be sent rolled in a heavy duty mailing tube.