Suffragette Giclée Print
Display your right to vote!
In the ‘60s and ’70s women set up voter registration tables in “women’s” places, like grocery and department stores, to empower other women. This image was inspired by women who continue to participate in the voting process despite the challenges they may face.
These prints measure 12 x 9″ centered on 11 x 14″ museum quality paper. Archival UV inks are used to resist fading and subtle color changes, maintaining the vibrancy for the life of the print.
Signed and numbered in an edition of 250.
|Dimensions||16 × 12 × 1 in|