Walt Whitman, from “Song of the Open Road,” Leaves of Grass, 1855. Selected by a graduating teen with killer taste and even better self-esteem. Printed from wood and metal type on a 1901 Golding Jobber press. Available for sale in our store.
This print is part of our personal propaganda series: distilled words for difficult times. Create to remind, strengthen, and proliferate, these prints are small and pack the particular punch of long-held, deeply felt convictions clarified over time.