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World's Fair Poster Series

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World's Fair Poster Series

from 35.00

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15x22 Limited edition metal reproductions/$275/limited to 50/ printed on non-glare metal by Artist’s Resource Group in NE/ ready-to-hang

12x18 limited edition reproductions/$35/ limited to 200/ printed on weighted paper with 1 inch white border

1933 Chicago World’s Fair: A Century of Progress

Completed in 2015 this piece is the first in a planned series of vintage posters from World’s Fair’s of the past. The 1933 Chicago World’s Fair was the second World’s Fair in Chicago and this original is based off the poster promoting the fair. The base image of this collage was a hand-drawn representation of the poster, then added layers of paper create the colors and energy of this collage. Each detail in this original is created by cutting individual pieces of paper- including the writing on the bottom of the poster with the original ticket prices!

This original work sold in 2017 in Ann Arbor, MI to an excited young family. Reproductions are available in limited quantities as either 12x18 paper prints, or printed on metal. The metal prints are printed to the edge with the black strips being the edge. On paper- there is a 1 inch white border around the black edging. Metal prints are shipped ready to hang with wood blocks on the back to make the print stand off the wall about a 1/2 inch.

Completed originals are scanned by Terry at Artist's Resource Group in NE Minneapolis, where his ever-improving technology has paved the way for textured reproductions and immense detail perception. This print is brightly colored and portrays the texture in the original collage almost exactly.

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15x22 Limited edition metal reproductions/$275/limited to 50/ printed on non-glare metal by Artist’s Resource Group in NE/ ready-to-hang

12x18 limited edition reproductions/$35/ limited to 200/ printed on weighted paper with 1 inch white border

1933 Chicago World’s Fair: A Century of Progress

Completed in 2015 this piece is the first in a planned series of vintage posters from World’s Fair’s of the past. The 1933 Chicago World’s Fair was the second World’s Fair in Chicago and this original is based off the poster promoting the fair. The base image of this collage was a hand-drawn representation of the poster, then added layers of paper create the colors and energy of this collage. Each detail in this original is created by cutting individual pieces of paper- including the writing on the bottom of the poster with the original ticket prices!

This original work sold in 2017 in Ann Arbor, MI to an excited young family. Reproductions are available in limited quantities as either 12x18 paper prints, or printed on metal. The metal prints are printed to the edge with the black strips being the edge. On paper- there is a 1 inch white border around the black edging. Metal prints are shipped ready to hang with wood blocks on the back to make the print stand off the wall about a 1/2 inch.

Completed originals are scanned by Terry at Artist's Resource Group in NE Minneapolis, where his ever-improving technology has paved the way for textured reproductions and immense detail perception. This print is brightly colored and portrays the texture in the original collage almost exactly.