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Destroy This Mad Brute

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Destroy This Mad Brute. Enlist - U.S. Army. An angry gorilla with a helmet labeled "militarism" and holding a bloody club labeled "kultur" is carrying a woman as he walks ashore in America. Illustrated by Harry R. Hopps, 1918.

During WWI propaganda posters like Destroy This Mad Brute were used to prop up enthusiasm for the war and increase military enlistment. There was originally a British version of Destroy This Mad Brute, on which this U.S. version is based. 

The Destroy This Mad Brute poster would look good on the wall of any active duty or retired member of the Army. It would be a great addition to an office, study or game room.

We’ve expertly restored Destroy This Mad Brute from a high-resolution scan so that your print faithfully represents the original.

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Destroy This Mad Brute Product Details
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Paper: Museum quality, using archival ink.
Canvas: Acid-free. Canvas is mounted.
Borders and final image size for this print:
Prints have borders. Paper and image dimensions don't always match; final printed image size is below.
• 8.5" x 11" paper with .5" border = 6.6" x 10" image
• 11" x 17" paper with .5" border = 10" x 15.16" image
• 13" x 19" paper with .5" border = 11.87" x 18" image
• 17" x 22" paper with 1" border = 13.19" x 20" image
• 24" x 30" paper with 1.5" border = 17.81" x 27" image
• 36" x 50" paper with 2" border = 30.34" x 46" image
• 44" x 61" paper with 2" border = 37.6" x 57" image
Metal Signs: No borders. Size reflects sheet size. Actual final sign size varies depending on image dimensions.
Frames: Custom made. Acid-free mats, UV-shielding plexiglass, archival back. 3-5 weeks for delivery. Frame sales final.
T-Shirts: Custom made 100% cotton. Shoulder-to-shoulder taping, double stitched sleeves and hem. T-shirt sales final.
Size: Inches
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