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No.056 - Hope 1931 - Vintage Archive Poster Prints

No.056 - Hope 1931 - Vintage Archive Poster Prints

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Hope 1931

The word daisy is derived from the term, day’s eye, referring to the flower’s cyclical opening and closing its petals, to sleep at night and awake in the morning when the sun shines. Thus, the daisy is a solar symbol that relates to new beginnings, fresh hopes, light, life energy, but also eternity.

The daisy in Paganism represented the sun and stars because of their appearance. In Nordic countries, the daisy was pictured with Freya, the goddess of love, fertility, purity and hope.

This plant is common to the Mediterranean and it’s name essentially means ‘excellent pearl’ in Latin because of its beautiful, pearly petals.

Daisy teas are often used to treat bronchitis, coughs and inflammation, the flowers can also be applied to heal wounds on the skin. 

This archive print has been lovingly restored and reproduced using digital printing and ethically sourced materials. 



A4 (21cm x 29.7cm)
A3 (29.7cm x 42cm)
A2 (42cm x 59.4cm)

A1 (594mm x 840mm)

30cm x 40cm
40cm x 50cm
50cm x 70cm



Bamboo Paper - 90% sustainable bamboo fibres and 10% Cotton Rag, environmentally friendly paper with a natural look, this gives your prints a lightly textured and sensual feel. 

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