I spy a trend: anti-anxiety art

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. Regardless of the state of the economy, who wouldn't benefit from glancing at that when its 7pm and both your kids are running around naked refusing to get in the tub. $65, keepcalmandcarryon.com

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 who you could turn to 100 times a day and she'd never get annoyed (unlike friends or husbands). $60 $30 8.5x11

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, for days. I'm thinking I should send her this one by Lisa Congdon, $35 (8.5x11) at Paper Planes too.

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

One Response to “I spy a trend: anti-anxiety art”

  1. MPD310 Says:

    Hey, FYI they sell the Keep Calm and Carry On one in tee shirts as well!

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