Have you really tried to save gas by getting into a car club? This vintage WWII poster encourages the home front viewer to join a car club in order to conserve fuel. A soldier is pictured looking straight ahead while the text asks the viewer if they've done enough to save gas. Illustrated by Harold Von Schmidt, 1944.
Mould-made 100% cotton rag, acid-free archival papers and heavyweight Exhibition Gallery Canvas. Sizes are in inches.
All prints come with a margin:
8.5x11 & 11x17 prints: .50" margins
19x13 prints: 1" margins
22x17 prints: 1.5" margins
30x24 & 47x34 prints: 2" margins
If an image's dimensions don't match the paper's dimensions there is a wider margin on the narrowest side. The long edge on prints 47x34 and larger will vary depending on the dimensions of the photo and may be longer than the size listed.
Custom Frames We work with Simply Framed to offer high-quality custom frames made in the USA. Allow an additional 2-3 weeks for delivery. Frames come in black or brown wooden finish and include UV-shielding plexiglass, acid-free 4-ply light cream colored mats with beveled edges, archival acid-free foam core backing, protective paperback finish, wall bumpers, hanging hardware + nails, hanging and care instructions. Frames arrive gift-wrapped in kraft paper. All framed sales are final.