Our Les Things French Poster Print is one of a series of retro prints based on the 1968 protest posters of the Atelier Populaire in Paris.
The text, 'Les Things Sont Où Vous Left Them' is a mish-mash of French and English known as 'Franglais', and translates as 'Things Are Where You Left Them'.
The red, white and blue echoes the French Tricolor flag, and the whole thing is made to resemble an urgent, hastily-printed silkscreen from the barricades.
An ideal housewarming gift, this is a print for anyone whose stuff is always in a muddle. Where's my phone? Where did I leave the keys? Don't worry - they're probably right where you left them.
These eye-catching prints all relate to everyday life - cooking, exercising, studying, tidying etc - so are very much 'for the home' in a humorous way.
Digitally produced and professionally printed on 200gsm/120lb premium archival heavy silk paper.
Shipped in a sturdy mailing tube.
The print is sold unframed but fits easily into an off the shelf frame. The frame in the photo is for illustrational purposes only.
A3 42cm x 29.7 cm
2-3 days. £3.95
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