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Dave Sheridan, artist Rip Off Press, printer Untitled poster work on paper 1972 offset lithograph paper 23 in HIGH x 17.5 in WIDE (58.42 cm HIGH x 44.45 cm WIDE) All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family. 2010.54.17079 inscription: "The Rip Off Press" printed at bottom left, and "D. Sheridan ''72" printed at bottom right in border. Tag words: figure, male marijuana uncle sam voting poster work on paper Art History Multi-color poster shows a satire of the James Montgomery Flagg "I Want You for U.S. Army" image. A male figure labeled "James Barleycorn McDope" with long hair, a moustache, and a beard appears at center on a dark purple background. The man points out at the viewer, and he wears a red jacket, bowtie, and a red top hat with a star made from green leaves on a yellow band. A red, white, and blue pin attached to his coat reads, "It''s Time to Decriminalize Marijuana Vote McDope in ''72." Text below the figure in pink, blue, and orange font reads, "Don''t Cop Out / Register, then Vote." A small peace symbol appears in the center of the ''o'' in ''Vote''.
Title: Don't Cop Out 1972 Sheridan - 1st poster
Illustrator: dave Sheridan
Book Condition: poster in very good missing small piece from lower right hand corner-mild edge wear.
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 38398394340304