From The Victory Garden of Tomorrow: around the world cabbage is known as a hearty, nutritious and delicious garden green. From my Slovak Grandma's cabbage rolls to my experiences with Korean kimchi, cabbage holds a special personal meaning for me. Besides, where would we be without coleslaw or saurkraut? I wanted to capture the motion and abundance of cabbage.
This print is a 11"x14" Offset Press on FSC Certified archival paper. A bit about the artist Joe Wirtheim:
Through posters, we see things iconically. Issues are brought to their basic essence instantly. I wanted to see work that is about reclaiming an American home life—a life that is actively in touch with what we consume and has fun doing it. That is why I made the first VGoT poster prints back in 2007.
I've come to realize that eating fresh foods that we prepare will never go out of style. In fact, I believe it will be a crucial part of our future. My posters speak to a vision for the future that will not simply arrive on its own, but rather is one that we plant today and water and care for through to the next generation. I want Americans to grasp the possibilities of the 21st Century without loosing our identity as practical people.
This print ships flat and arrives frame-ready.