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I have a special place in my heart for both beets and 1950's-60's space program advertising art- that's why I made this new 3-color hand screenprinted poster. They were always reaching for the stars and expanding the imagination as to what humanity is capable of doing. This design truly represents the blend of America's eras that can help us find inspiration today.

Each print lives in a clear sleeve with a stiff backing board, arriving in a flat mailer.

Screen-printing, sometimes called serigraphy, was a favorite of the 1930's WPA artists and propagandists. A skilled printer could build by hand the tools to create high quality graphics.


This art print is part of a self-commissioned poster campaign committed to civic innovation and social progress-- better food, better gardens, better cities. It is artful advocacy for the modern homefront.

Limited Edition of 400 Screen Print
numbered and signed
100# Cover, acid free paper w/recycled content
12 in x 18 in.
Printed in Portland, Oregon.

We've Done it Before - 12x18 flying beet screenprinted poster Limited Edition

$20.00 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: recycled content paper, ink
  • Feedback: 967 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Oregon, United States