I've been making myself Presidential campaign fabric
for the last couple of elections. Designed some Hillary Clinton & Barack Obama
prints, which were great souvenirs of the glorious and the god-almighty awful.
So it's time to dust off the old Photoshop machine and convert an antique print into a contemporary fabric. Here's the repeat in an 8-1/2" x 11" JPG that you can print on pre-treated cotton with your ink jet printer.
Three different colorways.
I'd like to put this up on Spoonflower to be ordered on demand there, which I did with the 2016 and 2012 prints but their more recent policy about using celebrity faces and names is a little confusing. I'll let you know if you can order it from them, but for now: print it off yourself.
The candidates' frames come from an 1880 repeat print for the Garfield/Arthur ticket. I'd like to re-do that flag repeat but it's pretty tricky. Simple half drop; lots of background is what I can do now. No overlap!
The eagle is from a commemorative bandanna.
Check back on my Spoonflower shop to see if the 2020 political campaign print is available.
UPDATE: You can buy it printed to order at Spoonflower:
Here's the link.
Spoonflower and all of the e-commerce business is experiencing a lot of delivery difficulties. I've been getting complaints about slow arrivals in the mail.
Who would want destroy the post office that underpins so much of e-commerce?
UPDATE: Don't read the comments. I don't, but I hear they are pretty mean-spirited.