This set of posters was created with type so old it could have been used to print pro- (or anti-) suffrage posters and covers topics of everyday sexism that women face today. The text is written in homage to the sarcastic but truthful stylings of The Guerrilla Girls’ ‘The Advantages of Being a Woman Artist’ and recognizes that men are so little affected by policies, taxes and lack of correct information that so greatly affect the day to day lives of women in this country.
Size: 10×20″ each
Items will be available for pick up at our Center, 468 Washington St in Downtown Buffalo. We will contact you to arrange a time and day for pick up. If you would like your piece mailed directly to you, please let us know at [email protected]. An additional shipping fee will apply.
About the Artist – Jennifer Farrell
Since 1999, Jennifer Farrell has operated Starshaped Press in Chicago, with a focus on designing & printing everything from business cards to posters, as well as custom commissions, wholesale ephemera and limited edition prints & books. All work in the studio is created with metal and wood type, making Starshaped one of the few presses in the country producing commercial work while preserving antique type and related print materials. Jennifer’s work has been repeatedly recognized in books, magazines and design blogs, and has appeared in poster shows throughout the USA and Europe.
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