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This print pays tribute to the 27th President of the United States, William Taft.

♦Multi-colored design printed on 80 pound cardstock
♦Print measures slightly less than 11" x 17" (28cm x 43cm)
♦Print is shown in 16" x 20" (41cm x 51cm) float frame (frame not included)
♦Print is signed by the artist
♦Print will be shipped via USPS First Class Mail with a backing board inside of a stay flat mailer. Domestic shipping will include tracking.

This art print is part of the Senioritis Remembers Famous Seniors series. Please check out our shop to see other framed and unframed offerings from this series:

http://www.etsy.com/shop/senioritis

Thanks for your interest!

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Who's William Taft?

During his time in office (1909-1913), President Taft saw many changes in our growing nation. Taft is the only person to have ever served as both President and Chief Justice of the United States. A slightly more obsure fact; however maybe just as interesting, Taft was also the last President to have facial hair.

This graffiti inspired design features a bold image of Taft in the foreground in black set against a concrete background featuring an image of the seal of the US Supreme Court at the top left corner in cyan and black. Taft reminds us that there is no room for ambiguity in the written word.

William Taft Print 11x17 - Famous Seniors

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: cardstock paper, paint pen
  • Ships worldwide from New York, United States
  • Feedback: 314 reviews
  • Favorited by: 17 people