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#260 Few Can Resist! 14 x 18 vertical
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#260 Few Can Resist! 14 x 18 vertical


#260 Few Can Resist! 14 x 18 vertical Poster

14 x 18 signed poster, foamcore-backed and bagged. Printed on the same heavy paper as our prints and hand-signed by the artist. This poster is about the gravitational pull of the Pike Place Market.  When Tom Hanks used to come by the Desimone Bridge to haggle with his favorite craftsperson, someone told me: “See that guy over there? He’s a famous movie star.”  “Oh, sure,” I was heard to exclaim.  When Joan Baez came browsing up the dogleg, I ran ahead of her like a fusilear and told people to be expecting her, but warned “Be cool! Be sure not to pester her.  When Rikki Lee Jones introduced herself (just “Name’s Rikki”) I died a thousand deaths because I was playing an Emmy Lou Harris song at the time.  Well, so much for namedropping, but you get the point.  This poster attempts to drive home the idea that “Few can resist the occasional trip to see the Pike Place Market…”

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