Given the economic downturn, and the success of Obama’s positive messaging it seems inevitable that there would be a spate of 70s “Hang In There Baby” posters. Though this time around everything is a heck of a lot more chic. Here are some prints I’ve stumbled upon, they are so calming, I’m thinking of calling them Paxil art.
This is not new. It's a reproduction of a British poster that was issued in 1939 before the Germans invaded England. But the message is timeless. Lord knows I could use this in my kitchen when the 7pm witching hour rolls around. $65, keepcalmandcarryon.com
Then there's this beauty by Jennifer Renninger. You could turn to this poster 100 times a day and it would never get annoyed (unlike friends or lovers). $30 (8.5x11) at littlepaperplanes.com
My mother is upset about the economic crisis and has taken to bed. I'm thinking of sending her this one by Lisa Congdon, $35 (8.5x11) at littlepaperplanes.com