Eight Hours

Eight hours for work, for rest, and for what we will.  Wouldn’t it be nice? This early twentieth century slogan summarizes one of the great labor battles of the time: the demand for more leisure time. This poster was originally created as part of the 100th anniversary of the St. Paul Union Advocate newspaper.

The product page is for an 11×17″ digitally printed version of the poster.  We also offer it in a 17×22″ screenprint.

Also available as a note card.

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Poster Dimensions

11×17"

Print Type

Digital (Union Printed at RLM World Headquarters)

Year Created

1997

SKU p743-1
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Purchase Fine Art Prints

To buy this print on canvas, metal or acrylic in your choice of sizes, visit its page on Fine Art America. (Fine art prints are purchased from and shipped by Fine Art America rather than RLM Art Studio.)

Please be aware that orders containing mounted or framed posters may take an additional 7-10 days to ship. However, we can often ship much sooner. If you’re on a tight schedule, please contact us to see if we can expedite your order.

We take pride in being able to offer ready-to-hang prints of RLM’s work at reasonable prices. In addition to the options listed in the drop-down box above, we also may be able to offer custom options (such as a particular color, matting or odd size) upon request. Inquire at [email protected]. For more information about framing, see our Web Store FAQ.

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