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R. Crumb's "A Short History of America" poster. Arguably cartoonist Robert Crumb's most popular and most timeless image, this poster shows the gradual metamorphosis of a single plot of land from virgin wilderness to urban decay in 12 panels. It first appeared in black & white in 1979 in the ecological magazine Co-Evolutionary Quarterly and in Snoid Comics. It was rearranged and colored by Peter Poplaski in 1981 and quickly became Kitchen Sink Press' best-selling poster. After the popular but depressing 12-panel poster went out of print, Crumb added three panels to answer the "What next?" question posed in his original final 12th panel. In this 15-panel version Crumb depicts three possible futures: a.) Lower left shows the "Worst case scenario: ecological disaster; b.) Center: "The fun future: Techno fix on the march!" c.) Lower right: "The ecotopian solution." Measures 22 inches high x 24 inches wide. 1997 printing on coated stock. We will not fold this item: Shipped rolled in sturdy tube.
Features & Highlights
- 22 x 24 Poster
- Features 15 panels
- a.) Lower left shows the "Worst case scenario: ecological disaster; b.) Center: "The fun future: Techno fix on the march!" c.) Lower right: "The ecotopian solution."
- 1999 Printing
|Brand:||22" x 24" Poster|
|Package Weight:||0.4 pounds|
|Package Size:||2.25 x 2 x 2 inches|
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