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Framed Seasonal Fruit & Vegetable Print

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Stay on top of your farmers market offerings with a foil-pressed print that keeps track of which fruits and vegetables are in season each month. The artists are based in California, so the seasonality is based on a West coast calendar (but pretty enough to be enjoyed by East-coasters, too!). Choose from a natural-colored chipboard paper or a grey-blue limited edition paper, both pressed with white, black, and clear foils. Your print is finished in a reclaimed redwood frame (with optional matting).

  • Made in: Santa Cruz, California
  • Made of: Chipboard is made from recycled paper and letterpressed with gold foil, white, and clear ink. Limited edition poster is made from weathered Neenah Environment paper and letterpressed with gold foil, white, and clear ink. Frames are made from reclaimed redwood and glass.
  • Size: 14" W x 20" H with frame or 16" W x 22" H with frame and white matting. Note that because frames are made from reclaimed redwood, size may vary slightly from what is pictured and listed here.

Sourced from: Young America Creative

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Photography by Bobbi Lin and Rocky Luten.

Care & Notes

Wipe clean. Frame includes a small hanger on the back for ease of hanging.



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