American graphic artist J. Howard Miller helped forge women’s rights from factory steel during WW II. Miller was hired by Westinghouse to create a series of posters to support of the war effort. Replacing men who had gone off to war, six million women began working at manufacturing plants. In 1992, the most empowering, iconic image of the series appeared as a U.S. postage stamp as part of its WW II series.
This art print displays sharp, vivid images with a high degree of color accuracy. A member of the versatile family of art prints, this high-quality reproduction represents the best of both worlds: quality and affordability. Art prints are created on paper similar to that of a postcard or greeting card using a digital or offset lithography press.