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  • the story

Stop. Yield. Design.

Take note of life's pithy observations with this bold collection of typographic posters. Created by designer Anthony Burrill, these 30 detachable prints feature upbeat graphic slogans that poke fun at the banality of urban signage. The collection comes with a detailed backstory of each design and a page of witty stickers to take to the streets. Made in China.

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Item ID
24862
Made from
paper
Measurements
14" L x 11" W x 0.5" D; 32 pages

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116votes, 12 comments

Cassie, UncommonGoods

This book is bold, and the pages are usable posters. Do you like it?

Heather
Vote: Thumbs down!

made in china. usa usa USA

Fran

I agree. Any decent copy shop in the U.S. could put the boo together for the same price as China. Possibly for a lot less when you factor in shipping.

David
Vote: Thumbs down!

I give, what is it?

Melody
Vote: Thumbs down!

Made in China? There's no reason for this.

Caroline
Vote: Thumbs up!

I especially like the page that has the phrase: work hard and be nice to people. Even when someone is having a bad day, you should follow this. If the product makes sense, is good quality, and I like it, then I'll look into buying it and I don't care if it comes from in or outside of the U.S.

natalie
Vote: Thumbs up!

My sister in law would buy this...

Kimberly
Vote: Thumbs up!

These would be great scattered around the Art Department where I work! Would love them a LOT more if they were made in the USA!

Marsha
Vote: Thumbs down!

I refuse to buy products made in China.

elizabeth
Vote: Thumbs down!

Pithy

Terri
Vote: Thumbs down!

I don't see it being utilized for what it was intended. It's just a novelty item that I wouldn't spend my money on.

Kathy

I agree with the voters. Why is this made in China? For under a dollar more a book, it could be printed in the USA. Right now, printing in China just makes you look greedy.

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