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Original typography poster printed with Robert Kiyosaki quotes "Your future is created by what you do today, not tomorrow.". Our poster are lovely designed with vintage distressed texture. Consider this typography print as the perfect home decor that keep you, your friends and family going.

• This poster measure in standard sizes:
8" x 10" Inch, 12" x 16" Inch, 16" x 20" Inch, 18" x 24" Inch, A4 (21 x 29.7cm), A3 ( 29.7 x 42cm)

• Printed with UltraChrome K3™ inks on natural matt white, smooth fine art paper. Archival, highest possible quality.
• Ready to fit into standard sizes frame which can be found at IKEA, Wallmart or any framing shop. (posters sold unframed)


Items will be shipped via Registered Air Mail, please make sure there's someone available to accept your package when it arrives (signature required). Please refer the shop's policies for more shipment details:

• Our large poster from 16x20 Inch and above will be ship from the United States.
• Standard International delivery time shipped from Malaysia is around 10 – 21 days (subjected to customs clearance)
• Please allow us up to 5–7 business days for processing your orders. (not included the shipping time)

*Please contact me for more details about your purchase*

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Inspirational Quote Poster "Your Future Is Created By Today" Typography Wall Art, Quote Prints, Inspirational Print, Motivational Wall Art

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: UltraChorme Ink, Archival Matte Paper
  • Ships worldwide from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Feedback: 222 reviews
  • Favorited by: 368 people