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  • Edith Adi Argentinian & Aboles Embalados. by Found Art-Found Art-Poster Child Prints
  • Dream Big

    • 16 x 20 inches

      Limited Edition of 100

      Two-color silkscreen with metallic gold ink on Coventry Rag, 100% cotton archival paper.

      Full Bleed: 17.5 x 21.5 inches

      Float: 19.5 x 23.5 inches

      Signed by Amanda Visell

      Numbered and Embossed

      Exclusive to PCP, validated by a Certificate of Authenticity

    • Each PCP edition is crafted in the USA by master screen printers.

      Premium quality is extremely important to us, and a great deal of consideration is taken in our selection of materials. Your print has been crafted using the finest 100% cotton archival paper and high quality inks that are able to withstand time.

      Prints are individually numbered, embossed with the PCP seal and validated by a certificate of authenticity.

      Visit our Why PCP? section for more about what makes our products so special!


      We offer custom, made-to-order framing options that are built to last and will never go out of style. 

      Our frames are thin gallery frames; choose from classic white, natural or dark wood solid molding. Professionally assembled and ready to hang; hanging hardware included.

      Artwork can be Full Bleed or Floated.

      Full Bleed, frames your artwork directly to the edge, letting your artwork bleed under the edges of the frames.

      Floated, raises your art ⅜” in front of the mat board behind it, offering the work a sense of depth and drama while showcasing the artwork and artist signatures. 



      Art is preserved using all acid-free materials and UV-protective acrylic to keep your artwork protected from the sunlight damage.

      Since each frame is custom made with the utmost care, please allow 10-21 business days to receive your order via UPS Ground. At this time, framing is only available for customers within the USA.

    About this Artwork

    "My posters for girls series depict messages I would have wanted all around me when I was a girl, as an older girl I think they’re still relevant. Girl issues, women issues are human issues. These are messages that are universal but are particularly significant to young girls, all girls, because we are constantly given an opposing message.

    Dreaming, hoping, doing. You can’t really achieve anything without believing in yourself. Knowing that other people believe in you is a huge step to reaching that.

    You teach: Dream Big. They learn: I Can Save Myself. Also they are sparkly." - Amanda Visell


    Limited Edition