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Posters are printed on 17”x22” 100% cotton paper archival matte paper, using archival inks. The actual image size varies, depending on the artwork.
This poster was one of several created by House of Seagram Art Director Seymour R. Goff in 1942, during World War II. (Goff is also known as Ess ar gee, and sometimes referred to as Henry Goff.) The House of Seagram Distillery, in Montreal, Canada, joined the war effort by running a campaign to instruct the public to not speak of any troop activity or factory production, lest enemy ears be listening. The House of Seagram posters were put up in taverns around the United States.