In 1948, Charles and Ray Eames entered the design for the molded plastic rocker in MoMA’s competition for low cost furniture design. A classic was born. This free printable poster honors that design with a black and white silhouette. If you need a printing recommendation, the companies I use the most are:
Adorama: The luster paper provides a beautiful finish.
EZ Prints: There are many paper choices, all of which would work with these designs, but my preference is the photo rag.
Zazzle: Not only can you print the art, but you can also have it framed by Zazzle. If you want to get a little creative, Zazzle’s app also allows you to add text to your pictures.
Click on the image below to open and save the 16×20 inch jpg. Or, I also have provided a PDF. Then print, frame, and enjoy!
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Awesome! A more cost effective way to get the papercut look of the artist I bought from at Waterford!