Let Me Do the Talking
This not-so-subtle poster by artist Homer Ansley was used during WWII to remind citizens to be cautious about careless talk and let the military do the speaking with heavy weapons: 'Let me do the talking! Serve in silence.' From the norther California WPA Art Program between 1941 and 1943.
About Our Prints
We print on mould-made 100% cotton rag, acid-free archival papers or heavyweight Exhibition Gallery Canvas. We use professional Epson printers with 10-color Ultrachrome inks. Each print is inspected before shipping.
8.5x11 and 11x17 prints have .50-inch margins, 19x13 prints have 1-inch margins and 22x17 prints have 1.5 inch margins. 30x24 Special Edition and 47x34 Magnum prints have 2-inch margins. Canvas prints have slightly wider margins for stretching. Because all images do not exactly share the dimensions of our papers, there is often a wider margin along the narrowest side.