Brightwurks Here's to the Crazy Ones Letterpress Poster
Although Steve Jobs will be remembered for dozens of different quotes, the Here’s to the Crazy Ones voiceover from the 1997 commercial will always be at the top of most people’s list. After hearing the unaired version of the spot with Steve’s narration, it became an even more powerful message for many. What better way to keep those words in mind than with this beautiful, limited edition letterpress poster ($95-$195) from Brightwurks?
The poster has the quote in a variety of fonts running down a 10” x 26” sheet of 100% cotton, handmade 140 pound paper. The more expensive version comes framed; it may be worth the extra $100 because finding a frame in that size is going to be tough anyway. Only 500 of the posters and being printed, and all of the profits are going towards the Acumen Fund, a charity that works to solve worldwide poverty.
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