Crests-shadowposter-mock

THE CRESTS POSTER


IMAGE: 24 handpicked icons from the hundreds to be found in Royal Book of Crests of Great Britain and Ireland, Dominion of Canada, India and Australasia, a book published in 1883 detailing the incredible variety of the, often bizarre, heraldic symbols in use throughout the British Isles and Commonwealth. Each image would carry it’s own cluster of significations – e.g. a cat meaning courage or a cloud mystery – though historians debate exactly to what these meanings are.

SIZE: 13×19″

PAPER: Available on a variety of different papers from normal poster paper, through to heavyweight archival and premium canvas – prices starting from around $16/€14/£12.

HOW DO I BUY?: Select your country below to buy through your local Zazzle store and so benefit from better postage costs, delivery times, and minimal taxes. If your country is not listed, fear not, you can shop via any of the other sites (for E.U., the U.K. site is recommended, for everyone else the U.S.), but be aware of the small possibility of extra costs relating to customs duty. Once on the Zazzle site, if not signed up with them already, a very simple registration will be necessary before completing the final purchase.


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poster-emblem-mock

THE EMBLEMS POSTER


IMAGE: 24 handpicked emblems from a beautiful 17th century book, Devises et Emblemes Anciennes & Modernes, which shows various emblems with mottos described in German, Latin, French and Italian. The European fascination with Emblems, which stretched from the 16th century to the 18th, began in 1531 with the publication in Augsburg of the first emblem book, the Emblemata of the Italian jurist Andrea Alciato. The emblems from Devises et Emblemes Anciennes & Modernes are of a simple design, compared to the often more elaborate depictions to be found in some books, and without the accompanying clue of the motto are often wonderfully enigmatic as regards to meaning.

SIZE: 13×19″

PAPER: Available on a variety of different papers from normal poster paper, through to heavyweight archival and premium canvas – prices starting from around $16/€14/£12.

HOW DO I BUY?: Select your country below to buy through your local Zazzle store and so benefit from better postage costs, delivery times, and minimal taxes. If your country is not listed, fear not, you can shop via any of the other sites (for E.U., the U.K. site is recommended, for everyone else the U.S.), but be aware of the small possibility of extra costs relating to customs duty. Once on the Zazzle site, if not signed up with them already, a very simple registration will be necessary before completing the final purchase.


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posters-decayeddag-mock

THE DECAYED DAGUERREOTYPE POSTER


IMAGE: One of the many beautifully decayed daguerreotype portraits (ca.1850) held in the collections of the Library of Congress. The daguerreotype, invented by Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre in 1837, was the first commercially successful photographic process and was popular throughout the mid-19th century. Daguerreotype portraits were made by the model posing (often with head fixed in place with a clamp to keep it still the few minutes required) before an exposed light-sensitive silvered copper plate, which was then developed by mercury fumes and fixed with salts. This fixing however was far from permanent – like the people they captured the images too were subject to change and decay. They were extremely sensitive to scratches, dust, hair, etc, and particularly the rubbing of the glass cover if the glue holding it in place deteriorated. As well as rubbing, the glass itself can also deteriorate and bubbles of solvent explode upon the image. This daguerreotype is from the studio of Matthew Brady, one of the most celebrated 19th century American photographers.

SIZE: 16×20″

PAPER: Available on a variety of different papers from normal poster paper, through to heavyweight archival and premium canvas – prices starting from around $17/€15/£13.

HOW DO I BUY?: Select your country below to buy through your local Zazzle store and so benefit from better postage costs, delivery times, and minimal taxes. If your country is not listed, fear not, you can shop via any of the other sites (for E.U., the U.K. site is recommended, for everyone else the U.S.), but be aware of the small possibility of extra costs relating to customs duty. Once on the Zazzle site, if not signed up with them already, a very simple registration will be necessary before completing the final purchase.


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poster-jpanesemelange-mock

A FASHIONABLE MELANGE OF ENGLISH WORDS


IMAGE: A Japanese woodcut from 1887 by Kamekichi Tsunajima titled “A Fashionable Melange of English Words”. The print shows images of animals, activities and objects each with their Japanese and English names. Unfortunately (or perhaps fortunately) some spelling mistakes have given rise to some interesting new activities such as “Refreshiug” and “Cuting Rice”, and the “Gaot”, “Hoise” and “Tea Po”. The introduction of activities (including the very Zen-like “Looking Moon”) give an interesting take on the often more object-orientated Western equivalents. Also worth noting the interesting additions of “Cross Child” rather than simply “Child” , and “Blank Book” rather than “Book”.

SIZE: 13×19″

PAPER: Available on a variety of different papers from normal poster paper, through to heavyweight archival and premium canvas – prices starting from around $16/€14/£12.

HOW DO I BUY?: Select your country below to buy through your local Zazzle store and so benefit from better postage costs, delivery times, and minimal taxes. If your country is not listed, fear not, you can shop via any of the other sites (for E.U., the U.K. site is recommended, for everyone else the U.S.), but be aware of the small possibility of extra costs relating to customs duty. Once on the Zazzle site, if not signed up with them already, a very simple registration will be necessary before completing the final purchase.


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poster-flyingman-mock

THE FLYING MAN


IMAGE: Illustration from a 1871 edition of The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine showing the French inventor Retif de la Bretonne as he was imagined to look in his “flying suit”, complete with a basket for provisions to sustain him on his, proposed, long journey. The Century Illustrated article is not so optimistic: “We have no definite information whether Retif de la Bretonne ever attempted to demonstrate in person the feasibility of his little scheme, but we may be well assured that, if he did, the experiment was speedily followed by a funeral. There is in the picture a pyramidal elevation of some kind, which terminates in a very sharp point, and stands conveniently near for impalement, and it is probable enough that Retif, if he did indeed make the essay at flying, with his wings and “gingham umbrella,” transfixed himself upon it, and there remained until taken down for interment.”

SIZE: 13×19″

PAPER: Available on a variety of different papers from normal poster paper, through to heavyweight archival and premium canvas – prices starting from around $16/€14/£12.

HOW DO I BUY?: Select your country below to buy through your local Zazzle store and so benefit from better postage costs, delivery times, and minimal taxes. If your country is not listed, fear not, you can shop via any of the other sites (for E.U., the U.K. site is recommended, for everyone else the U.S.), but be aware of the small possibility of extra costs relating to customs duty. Once on the Zazzle site, if not signed up with them already, a very simple registration will be necessary before completing the final purchase.


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poster-voyagealalune-mock

VOYAGE A LA LUNE


IMAGE: French cartoon from around 1865 showing a man riding on a bicycle-like flying machine while looking through a telescope attached to the front. Two balloons, “Veloc[ipedes]” and “Domanie,” are attached at the front and rear as are propeller-like wheels. Fantasies about travelling to the moon were rife throughout French culture around this time, with Jules Verne publishing De la Terre à la Lune in 1865, a novel about attempts to build an enormous space cannon and launch three people to the moon, a slightly more intense journey one would imagine than that would be undertaken by our balloon-powered pedalling man pictured here.

SIZE: 13×19″

PAPER: Available on a variety of different papers from normal poster paper, through to heavyweight archival and premium canvas – prices starting from around $16/€14/£12.

HOW DO I BUY?: Select your country below to buy through your local Zazzle store and so benefit from better postage costs, delivery times, and minimal taxes. If your country is not listed, fear not, you can shop via any of the other sites (for E.U., the U.K. site is recommended, for everyone else the U.S.), but be aware of the small possibility of extra costs relating to customs duty. Once on the Zazzle site, if not signed up with them already, a very simple registration will be necessary before completing the final purchase.


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posters-calaveras-mock

A “CALAVERA” BROADSIDE OF JOSE GUADALUPE POSADA


IMAGE: José Guadalupe Posada (1851–1913) was a Mexican illustrator known for his satirical and politically acute “calaveras”. Deriving from the Spanish word for ‘skulls’, these calaveras were illustrations featuring skeletons which would, after Posada’s death, become closely associated with the mexican holiday Día de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead. Most of these calaveras were published by the press of Antonio Vanegas Arroyo which produced inexpensive literature for the lower classes, including thousands of satirical broadsides which Posada illustrated. Through this focus on mortality Vanegas Arroyo and Posada satirised many poignant issues of the day, in particular the details of bourgeois life and the dictatorship of Porfirio Díaz. On January 20th 1913, 3 years after the start of the Mexican Revolution, José Guadalupe Posada died at his home in obscurity. He was penniless and buried in an unmarked grave. It was only years later in the 1920s that his work became recognised on a national and international level after it was championed by the French ex-patriot artist Jean Charlot who described Posada as “printmaker to the Mexican people”.

SIZE: 13×19″

PAPER: Available on a variety of different papers from normal poster paper, through to heavyweight archival and premium canvas – prices starting from around $16/€14/£12.

HOW DO I BUY?: Select your country below to buy through your local Zazzle store and so benefit from better postage costs, delivery times, and minimal taxes. If your country is not listed, fear not, you can shop via any of the other sites (for E.U., the U.K. site is recommended, for everyone else the U.S.), but be aware of the small possibility of extra costs relating to customs duty. Once on the Zazzle site, if not signed up with them already, a very simple registration will be necessary before completing the final purchase.


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poster-fluddnumbers-mock

ROBERT FLUDD’S COMPARISON OF OBJECTS AND NUMBERS


IMAGE: An illustration from Robert Fludd‘s masterwork Utriusque Cosmi, first published between 1617 and 1621, which features in the chapter on “Universal Arithmetic”. It comes with the title “A Description of the Numbers” and explores the resonance of certain numbers with their counterparts in the physical world of objects. If you are wondering why a donkey is used to signify zero, Fludd helpfully provides an explanation, the “zero signifies a donkey, because (as they say) the donkey is of no use”.

SIZE: 13×19″

PAPER: Available on a variety of different papers from normal poster paper, through to heavyweight archival and premium canvas – prices starting from around $16/€14/£12.

HOW DO I BUY?: Select your country below to buy through your local Zazzle store and so benefit from better postage costs, delivery times, and minimal taxes. If your country is not listed, fear not, you can shop via any of the other sites (for E.U., the U.K. site is recommended, for everyone else the U.S.), but be aware of the small possibility of extra costs relating to customs duty. Once on the Zazzle site, if not signed up with them already, a very simple registration will be necessary before completing the final purchase.


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poster-mountain-river-mock

JOHNSON’S COMPARISON OF RIVERS AND MOUNTAINS


IMAGE: The 1864 edition of Johnson’s Mountains and Rivers Chart, which represents a significant reimagining and re-engraving of Johnson’s similar pre-1864 charts. Rather than represent all the world’s mountains and rivers together in one comparison, Johnson decided to divide by continent, making the map more accessible on a continental level. While Johnson is not the first to focus his mountains and rivers chart on particular continent, this seems to be the first example that includes all of these continents on a single chart. Image from Geographicus. CLICK HERE for enlarged image.

SIZE: 19×26″

PAPER: Available on a variety of different papers from normal poster paper, through to heavyweight archival and premium canvas – prices starting from around $20/€19/£16.

HOW DO I BUY?: Select your country below to buy through your local Zazzle store and so benefit from better postage costs, delivery times, and minimal taxes. If your country is not listed, fear not, you can shop via any of the other sites (for E.U., the U.K. site is recommended, for everyone else the U.S.), but be aware of the small possibility of extra costs relating to customs duty. Once on the Zazzle site, if not signed up with them already, a very simple registration will be necessary before completing the final purchase.


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Crests-shadowposter-mock

THE CRESTS POSTER

IMAGE: 24 handpicked icons from the hundreds to be found in Royal Book of Crests of Great Britain and Ireland, Dominion of Canada, India and Australasia, a book published in 1883 detailing the incredible variety of the, often bizarre, heraldic symbols in use throughout the British Isles and Commonwealth. Each image would carry it’s own cluster of significations – e.g. a cat meaning courage or a cloud mystery – though historians debate exactly to what these meanings are.

SIZE: 13×19″

PAPER: Available on a variety of different papers from normal poster paper, through to heavyweight archival and premium canvas – prices starting from around $16/€14/£12.

HOW DO I BUY?: Select your country below to buy through your local Zazzle store and so benefit from better postage costs, delivery times, and minimal taxes. If your country is not listed, fear not, you can shop via any of the other sites (for E.U., the U.K. site is recommended, for everyone else the U.S.), but be aware of the small possibility of extra costs relating to customs duty. Once on the Zazzle site, if not signed up with them already, a very simple registration will be necessary before completing the final purchase.


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poster-emblem-mock

THE EMBLEMS POSTER


IMAGE: 24 handpicked emblems from a beautiful 17th century book, Devises et Emblemes Anciennes & Modernes, which shows various emblems with mottos described in German, Latin, French and Italian. The European fascination with Emblems, which stretched from the 16th century to the 18th, began in 1531 with the publication in Augsburg of the first emblem book, the Emblemata of the Italian jurist Andrea Alciato. The emblems from Devises et Emblemes Anciennes & Modernes are of a simple design, compared to the often more elaborate depictions to be found in some books, and without the accompanying clue of the motto are often wonderfully enigmatic as regards to meaning.

SIZE: 13×19″

PAPER: Available on a variety of different papers from normal poster paper, through to heavyweight archival and premium canvas – prices starting from around $16/€14/£12.

HOW DO I BUY?: Select your country below to buy through your local Zazzle store and so benefit from better postage costs, delivery times, and minimal taxes. If your country is not listed, fear not, you can shop via any of the other sites (for E.U., the U.K. site is recommended, for everyone else the U.S.), but be aware of the small possibility of extra costs relating to customs duty. Once on the Zazzle site, if not signed up with them already, a very simple registration will be necessary before completing the final purchase.


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posters-decayeddag-mock

THE DECAYED DAGUERREOTYPE POSTER


IMAGE: One of the many beautifully decayed daguerreotype portraits (ca.1850) held in the collections of the Library of Congress. The daguerreotype, invented by Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre in 1837, was the first commercially successful photographic process and was popular throughout the mid-19th century. Daguerreotype portraits were made by the model posing (often with head fixed in place with a clamp to keep it still the few minutes required) before an exposed light-sensitive silvered copper plate, which was then developed by mercury fumes and fixed with salts. This fixing however was far from permanent – like the people they captured the images too were subject to change and decay. They were extremely sensitive to scratches, dust, hair, etc, and particularly the rubbing of the glass cover if the glue holding it in place deteriorated. As well as rubbing, the glass itself can also deteriorate and bubbles of solvent explode upon the image. This daguerreotype is from the studio of Matthew Brady, one of the most celebrated 19th century American photographers.

SIZE: 16×20″

PAPER: Available on a variety of different papers from normal poster paper, through to heavyweight archival and premium canvas – prices starting from around $17/€15/£13.

HOW DO I BUY?: Select your country below to buy through your local Zazzle store and so benefit from better postage costs, delivery times, and minimal taxes. If your country is not listed, fear not, you can shop via any of the other sites (for E.U., the U.K. site is recommended, for everyone else the U.S.), but be aware of the small possibility of extra costs relating to customs duty. Once on the Zazzle site, if not signed up with them already, a very simple registration will be necessary before completing the final purchase.


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poster-jpanesemelange-mock

A FASHIONABLE MELANGE OF ENGLISH WORDS


IMAGE: A Japanese woodcut from 1887 by Kamekichi Tsunajima titled “A Fashionable Melange of English Words”. The print shows images of animals, activities and objects each with their Japanese and English names. Unfortunately (or perhaps fortunately) some spelling mistakes have given rise to some interesting new activities such as “Refreshiug” and “Cuting Rice”, and the “Gaot”, “Hoise” and “Tea Po”. The introduction of activities (including the very Zen-like “Looking Moon”) give an interesting take on the often more object-orientated Western equivalents. Also worth noting the interesting additions of “Cross Child” rather than simply “Child” , and “Blank Book” rather than “Book”.

SIZE: 13×19″

PAPER: Available on a variety of different papers from normal poster paper, through to heavyweight archival and premium canvas – prices starting from around $16/€14/£12.

HOW DO I BUY?: Select your country below to buy through your local Zazzle store and so benefit from better postage costs, delivery times, and minimal taxes. If your country is not listed, fear not, you can shop via any of the other sites (for E.U., the U.K. site is recommended, for everyone else the U.S.), but be aware of the small possibility of extra costs relating to customs duty. Once on the Zazzle site, if not signed up with them already, a very simple registration will be necessary before completing the final purchase.


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poster-flyingman-mock

THE FLYING MAN


IMAGE: Illustration from a 1871 edition of The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine showing the French inventor Retif de la Bretonne as he was imagined to look in his “flying suit”, complete with a basket for provisions to sustain him on his, proposed, long journey. The Century Illustrated article is not so optimistic: “We have no definite information whether Retif de la Bretonne ever attempted to demonstrate in person the feasibility of his little scheme, but we may be well assured that, if he did, the experiment was speedily followed by a funeral. There is in the picture a pyramidal elevation of some kind, which terminates in a very sharp point, and stands conveniently near for impalement, and it is probable enough that Retif, if he did indeed make the essay at flying, with his wings and “gingham umbrella,” transfixed himself upon it, and there remained until taken down for interment.”

SIZE: 13×19″

PAPER: Available on a variety of different papers from normal poster paper, through to heavyweight archival and premium canvas – prices starting from around $16/€14/£12.

HOW DO I BUY?: Select your country below to buy through your local Zazzle store and so benefit from better postage costs, delivery times, and minimal taxes. If your country is not listed, fear not, you can shop via any of the other sites (for E.U., the U.K. site is recommended, for everyone else the U.S.), but be aware of the small possibility of extra costs relating to customs duty. Once on the Zazzle site, if not signed up with them already, a very simple registration will be necessary before completing the final purchase.


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poster-voyagealalune-mock

VOYAGE A LA LUNE


IMAGE: French cartoon from around 1865 showing a man riding on a bicycle-like flying machine while looking through a telescope attached to the front. Two balloons, “Veloc[ipedes]” and “Domanie,” are attached at the front and rear as are propeller-like wheels. Fantasies about travelling to the moon were rife throughout French culture around this time, with Jules Verne publishing De la Terre à la Lune in 1865, a novel about attempts to build an enormous space cannon and launch three people to the moon, a slightly more intense journey one would imagine than that would be undertaken by our balloon-powered pedalling man pictured here.

SIZE: 13×19″

PAPER: Available on a variety of different papers from normal poster paper, through to heavyweight archival and premium canvas – prices starting from around $16/€14/£12.

HOW DO I BUY?: Select your country below to buy through your local Zazzle store and so benefit from better postage costs, delivery times, and minimal taxes. If your country is not listed, fear not, you can shop via any of the other sites (for E.U., the U.K. site is recommended, for everyone else the U.S.), but be aware of the small possibility of extra costs relating to customs duty. Once on the Zazzle site, if not signed up with them already, a very simple registration will be necessary before completing the final purchase.


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posters-calaveras-mock

A “CALAVERA” BROADSIDE OF JOSE GUADALUPE POSADA


IMAGE: José Guadalupe Posada (1851–1913) was a Mexican illustrator known for his satirical and politically acute “calaveras”. Deriving from the Spanish word for ‘skulls’, these calaveras were illustrations featuring skeletons which would, after Posada’s death, become closely associated with the mexican holiday Día de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead. Most of these calaveras were published by the press of Antonio Vanegas Arroyo which produced inexpensive literature for the lower classes, including thousands of satirical broadsides which Posada illustrated. Through this focus on mortality Vanegas Arroyo and Posada satirised many poignant issues of the day, in particular the details of bourgeois life and the dictatorship of Porfirio Díaz. On January 20th 1913, 3 years after the start of the Mexican Revolution, José Guadalupe Posada died at his home in obscurity. He was penniless and buried in an unmarked grave. It was only years later in the 1920s that his work became recognised on a national and international level after it was championed by the French ex-patriot artist Jean Charlot who described Posada as “printmaker to the Mexican people”.

SIZE: 13×19″

PAPER: Available on a variety of different papers from normal poster paper, through to heavyweight archival and premium canvas – prices starting from around $16/€14/£12.

HOW DO I BUY?: Select your country below to buy through your local Zazzle store and so benefit from better postage costs, delivery times, and minimal taxes. If your country is not listed, fear not, you can shop via any of the other sites (for E.U., the U.K. site is recommended, for everyone else the U.S.), but be aware of the small possibility of extra costs relating to customs duty. Once on the Zazzle site, if not signed up with them already, a very simple registration will be necessary before completing the final purchase.


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poster-fluddnumbers-mock

ROBERT FLUDD’S COMPARISON OF OBJECTS AND NUMBERS


IMAGE: An illustration from Robert Fludd‘s masterwork Utriusque Cosmi, first published between 1617 and 1621, which features in the chapter on “Universal Arithmetic”. It comes with the title “A Description of the Numbers” and explores the resonance of certain numbers with their counterparts in the physical world of objects. If you are wondering why a donkey is used to signify zero, Fludd helpfully provides an explanation, the “zero signifies a donkey, because (as they say) the donkey is of no use”.

SIZE: 13×19″

PAPER: Available on a variety of different papers from normal poster paper, through to heavyweight archival and premium canvas – prices starting from around $16/€14/£12.

HOW DO I BUY?: Select your country below to buy through your local Zazzle store and so benefit from better postage costs, delivery times, and minimal taxes. If your country is not listed, fear not, you can shop via any of the other sites (for E.U., the U.K. site is recommended, for everyone else the U.S.), but be aware of the small possibility of extra costs relating to customs duty. Once on the Zazzle site, if not signed up with them already, a very simple registration will be necessary before completing the final purchase.


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poster-mountain-river-mock

JOHNSON’S COMPARISON OF RIVERS AND MOUNTAINS


IMAGE: The 1864 edition of Johnson’s Mountains and Rivers Chart, which represents a significant reimagining and re-engraving of Johnson’s similar pre-1864 charts. Rather than represent all the world’s mountains and rivers together in one comparison, Johnson decided to divide by continent, making the map more accessible on a continental level. While Johnson is not the first to focus his mountains and rivers chart on particular continent, this seems to be the first example that includes all of these continents on a single chart. Image from Geographicus. CLICK HERE for enlarged image.

SIZE: 19×26″

PAPER: Available on a variety of different papers from normal poster paper, through to heavyweight archival and premium canvas – prices starting from around $20/€19/£16.

HOW DO I BUY?: Select your country below to buy through your local Zazzle store and so benefit from better postage costs, delivery times, and minimal taxes. If your country is not listed, fear not, you can shop via any of the other sites (for E.U., the U.K. site is recommended, for everyone else the U.S.), but be aware of the small possibility of extra costs relating to customs duty. Once on the Zazzle site, if not signed up with them already, a very simple registration will be necessary before completing the final purchase.


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poster-bluegrotto-mock

BLUE GROTTO


DESIGN: A photochrom print from circa 1900 depicting “The Blue Grotto” in Capri Island , Italy, one of several sea caves, worldwide, that is flooded with a brilliant blue or emerald light. Photochrom prints are made by colorising images produced from black-and-white photographic negatives via the direct photographic transfer of a negative onto lithographic printing plates. In this particular image, the process has been carried out to such a degree as to give the couple in the boat a distinct, and almost ghostly, painterly effect.

SIZE: 16×12″

PAPER: Available on a variety of different papers from normal poster paper, through to heavyweight archival and premium canvas – prices starting from around $16/€14/£12.

HOW DO I BUY?: Select your country below to buy through your local Zazzle store and so benefit from better postage costs, delivery times, and minimal taxes. If your country is not listed, fear not, you can shop via any of the other sites (for E.U., the U.K. site is recommended, for everyone else the U.S.), but be aware of the small possibility of extra costs relating to customs duty. Once on the Zazzle site, if not signed up with them already, a very simple registration will be necessary before completing the final purchase.


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bolten-mock

ARENT VAN BOLTEN’S “MONSTER’S RIDDEN BY APES”


DESIGN: Very little is known about the Dutch artist Arent van Bolten. We do know he was born at Zwolle ca. 1573 and was actually a silversmith by profession. His artistic output ranged from grotesque figures and monsters, to figural scenes from the Bible and mythology. Among them is this rather strange piece depicting two monsters each ridden by a monkey, one of whom appears to be caught in mid fart.

SIZE: Available in a wide variety of sizes.

PAPER: Available on a variety of different papers from normal poster paper, through to heavyweight archival and premium canvas – prices starting from around $14/€12/£10.

HOW DO I BUY?: Select your country below to buy through your local Zazzle store and so benefit from better postage costs, delivery times, and minimal taxes. If your country is not listed, fear not, you can shop via any of the other sites (for E.U., the U.K. site is recommended, for everyone else the U.S.), but be aware of the small possibility of extra costs relating to customs duty. Once on the Zazzle site, if not signed up with them already, a very simple registration will be necessary before completing the final purchase.


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