Size: 18 x 24 inches
Artist: Breslaw, Fern
About The Poster: While I am generally stuck in the Belle Epoque and Art Deco periods, every once in a I am brought back to modern day reality - the car needs to go to the garage, my son needs something for school, the dog needs to go to the vet. And it was at the vet that I saw these posters first: very simply printed on newsprint (just like the old posters of the 1880s!), with a clear message, eye-catching graphics, a clean design, and WOW ... no way I could pass them up. Add to that the fact that they were for a worthy cause, and I was hooked. Started by a young woman in Montreal, the underdog club (underdog.club.org) places dogs which are called the old, the ugly and the unpopular (how can you not love that?), and working with rescue organizations in the city and the general Montreal area, finds homes for dogs who can't find homes for themselves. I LOVE THESE POSTERS so much that I bought lots and lots of them... and hope to sell them here. All the money raised goes to help place the hounds, and I can't think of a better reality than that!