Floating among drops of amber, the multi-colored insect in Wasp Poster by Sharp Shirter sits in an empty plane, his body a blend of vibrant red, browns and yellows. Picture-Black Posters, Art Design, Wasp Posters, Posters 18X24, Shadows Chen, Insects Illustration, Posters 24X18, Sharpe Shirter, Insects Inspiration
Haymaker 24x18 Poster by Sharp Shirter, 31% off ("The Haymaker Poster by Sharp Shirter says a lot of things about you. It may mean that you’ve got a killer right hook and a beautiful, full beard. Or maybe that you spend your afternoons punching bears in the mouth. Whatever the reason, it’s not to be hung with irony. It’s to be hung with pride.")
Your Americana-obsessed friends will love this WPA design. This digitally reproduced poster—with an illustration by Frank S. Nicholson originally created in the late 1930s for the National Park Service—depicts a deer drinking from a stream in the forest. This print is also part of the NYC Art Project and the Work Projects Administration Poster Collection.
A meditative design depicting a haloed character amid a scrawl of yellow foliage, this limited-edition The National Print was originally created for a National performance in Pomona, CA. Graphic artist and Status Serigraph founder, Justin Helton, silkscreens each piece by hand on 100-pound archival cover stock and signs and numbers every work on the reverse side.
This digitally-reproduced poster with an illustration by Alexander Dux, originally created in the late 1930s for the U.S. Travel Bureau, depicts two people inside the Carlsbad Caverns of New Mexico. First published by the Work Projects Administration Federal Art Project.