World War II Don’t Talk Yourself to Death Navy Skull Poster. This is a digitally restored reproduction of a World War II poster. During World War II, the U.S. military establishment commissioned numerous artists in cooperation with the The Office of War Information (OWI) Bureau of Graphics to create and distribute propaganda posters. With that in mind, the OWI in the U.S. produced posters urging people to keep sensitive information to themselves, lest enemies overhear. This is one such example.
The original poster was then digitally cleaned up, adjusted and prepared for printing by me. The print has a white border.
WHAT MAKES MY PRINTS DIFFERENT
Sure, you might find similar pictures elsewhere but not all prints are equal. I don’t use regular printers and paper to print this art. Instead, I use a high end lab and the prints are made on professional photo printers using high quality a archival inks and acid-free archival Lustre paper. Lustre is a premium finish on a heavier paper and offers the vibrant colors of glossy with the fingerprint-resistant finish of matte. This type of finish avoids glare on the print.
Prints are available in all popular sizes. You can select your size while you order.
My listing photos are low resolution. Original high resolution files are used for printing. My pictures are not framed and do not include a frame. Some of the pictures with frames are just for illustration purposes only.
Prints are packaged to avoid any damage in transit. Usually prints will be flat-packed and shipped in a rigid box with material to protect the finished print. Some prints might be shipped in a rigid mailing tube with material to protect the finished print. Please see the shop’s policies page for additional information on shipping.