• PRINT! the images at poster size
• CREATE! art, crafts, and web projects
• PLAY! slideshow on a DVD player
Selected from a national archive, these vivid poster images from the Works Progress Administration date from 1935 to 1943. Promoting public health, travel, and civic activities, this collection features works by such artists as Erik Hans Krause, Richard Halls, Jerome Henry Rothstein, and Katherine Milhous.
Use the clip art images to add beauty to just about any do-it-yourself project: greeting cards, invitations, T-shirts, mugs, blog banners, and so much more. Print out the paintings on a wide-bed printer or at your local print shop, and you have an instant poster. Plus, you can play a stunning slideshow of the sixty WPA posters on your TV or computer.
The images on the enclosed DVD are saved in high-quality JPEG format in three different sizes: 300-dpi high resolution files with a 15" short dimension, 300-dpi high-resolution files with an 8" short dimension, and 72-dpi Internet-ready files with an 8" short dimension.
Dover Original.Image File Information:
The images on the DVD are saved in high-quality JPEG format in three different sizes: 300-dpi high-resolution files with a 15" short dimension, 300-dpi high-resolution files with an 8" short dimension, and 72-dpi Internet-ready files with an 8" short dimension.
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