Daniel Schreiber

Artist: Miriam Martincic
Concept: elizaBeth Simpson

Please note that these are pictures of the graphics, not the final posters, which are far more beautiful!

^ Design for Screen Print (19″ x 25″) Click to view on a separate page. Click again on the image to zoom.
Hand Screened on French Speckletone by Max Thompson and elizaBeth Simpson.
Please note that this is a picture of the graphic, not the final poster, which is far more beautiful!
Receive this poster in exchange for a $25 donation (includes shipping and handling).
Note: A portion of the proceeds will go to the Flatlander Fund

^ Design for Street Print (12″ x 18″) Click to view on a separate page. Click again on the image to zoom.
Digital print on French Speckletone by Dixon Graphics.
Please note that this is a picture of the graphic, not the final poster, which is far more beautiful!
Receive this poster in exchange for a $10 donation (includes shipping and handling)

^ Design for MTD print (17″ x 11″) Click to view on a separate page. Click again on the image to zoom.
Digital print on coverstock by Dixon Graphics.
Please note that this is a picture of the graphic, not the final poster, which is far more beautiful!
(not for sale)

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. CSGSO
    May 03, 2011 @ 04:31:55

    Love these posters! Saw the 3rd poster on the bus today. Dan was a past president of our organization. We will be getting some soon!

    Reply

  2. Peggy Steele
    Jan 07, 2012 @ 19:55:43

    Is it still possible to get one of the 12″ x 18″ prints? Would love to have one.

    Reply

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