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1970 Peace Race Poster - 50% off

£40.00

Maciej Urbaniec

One of the most important artists of his generation, Maciej Urbaniec designed a number of sports posters from the mid-'60s to the early-'70s, among them three for the Peace Race. During this period he by and large shunned traditional graphic elements. Instead he used his genius as a painter to evoke the colour, fluidity and beauty of the event.
Herbie Sykes, Wyscig Pokoju, Rouleur 30

Our screenprints are limited to 100 individually numbered copies of each poster, printed on Mohawk art paper. A share of profits are to be donated to the Peace Race Museum, which works to keep the memory of the event alive.

Framing advice: As the dimensions of the posters are not of a standard size, we recommend using a bespoke framing service to properly display the Peace Race posters. To take the best possible care of these prints, it is also recommended that a non-reflective, U-V protective glass is used, along with an acid free backing board.

These posters will only be available via courier delivery, so please ensure that you will be able to take delivery of them at your given shipping address.

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