“Cartoonist Constitution" – a cartoon celebration of America” includes virtually every pop cartoon (58 of them) from Beetle Bailey to Woody Woodpecker, from Alfred E. Neuman and Blondie to Prince Valiant and the Wizard of Id -- what many used to know as the "funny papers." The poster was originally issued in the 1980s to benefit three non-profit institutions. Although no limitation is noted in print, we understand that 195 were originally produced. This lithograph edition was produced in this very limited quantity in 1987 by Starbur Corp. of Detroit. It is printed on heavy, rigid, art board. The full color images are rich and sharp. Featured across the bottom is each cartoonist’s signature (in facsimile, of course). Have fun browsing this delightful collage to find some of your favorites. Can you identify them all? You will easily recognize Charles Schultz (Peanuts), Stan Lee (Spiderman), Jim Davis (Garfield), Don Martin (Mad Magazine) and SO many more.
Dimensions: 25 inches wide by 18 inches tall. Condition: The subtitle “a cartoon celebration of America” was partially trimmed off for framing; otherwise excellent, without issues.
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