1936-38 "Keep Your Teeth Clean" Reproduction Hand-Printed Poster
This is a reproduction of a WPA (Works Progress Administration) poster published between 1936 and 1938 as part of a public health program that sought to promote oral hygiene. It was printed in 1987 in conjunction with the publication of the book "Posters of the WPA" by Christopher Denoon.
Every effort was made to create an accurate, faithful reproduction using the same hand-pulled silkscreen process, the same number of colors, and the same paper size as the original. These stunning posters are unparalleled in their quality and they will never be reprinted once the edition of 250 has been depleted.
- Artist unknown
- Originally produced circa 1936-38
- Numbered edition of 250
- Hand-printed serigraph (silkscreen)
- Stonehenge 100% rag, heavyweight archival paper
- Dimensions: 18" x 26"
Printed in the USA (Los Angeles, CA)
NOTE: Being that these posters are nearly 25 years old, many of them have minor cosmetic defects at the edges and corners of the paper. We will not sell any posters where the image itself is damaged, and framing the poster behind a mat will hide any of the defects.
THIS PRODUCT IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE, AND IS NOW VIEWABLE ONLY AS PART OF OUR HISTORICAL ARCHIVE.