This is one of my top three favorite designs and the idea was one my first for the project. It's still so much fun to see what's going on done there in the compost, with lots of detail and good times for the spectators.
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. Learn more about screen-printing and social movements in this AIGA article.
This is a limited and signed edition. You'll recieve the lowest number available.
12 in. x 18 in.
Limited 400, signed + numbered
Ships in a clear sleeve with a stiff backing board, arriving in a flat mailer.