Decorate Your iPad ~ Retro Military Patriotism
A wonderful vintage World War II Era Poster titled We Can Do It! Features the famous Rosie The Riveter. At he beginning of World War II the Government needed to attract women to the work force to replace men who had left to fight the war. The government decided to launch a propaganda campaign to sell the importance of the war effort and to lure women into working. They promoted the fictional character of “Rosie the Riveter” as the ideal woman worker: loyal, efficient, patriotic, and pretty. A song, “Rosie the Riveter”, became very popular in 1942. Norman Rockwell’s image on the cover of the Saturday Evening Post on May 29, 1943 was the first widely publicized pictorial representation of the new “Rosie the Riveter”. A few months after Rockwell’s image, the most famous image of Rosie appeared in the government-commissioned poster “We Can Do It”. This poster is of printing quality, high resolution of 600 ppi, it has has been retouched, recolored in areas, cropped and enhanced. This assures that your poster will print with the highest quality possible, no matter what size you choose.
Speck® Fitted™Hard Shell iPad Case
Show off your signature style with an ultra-tailored Speck Products® brand case for your iPad. Combining luxury with uncompromised protection, this sleek hard plastic case is covered with an easy-to-grip fabric that is richly printed with your favorite design. The first of its kind to be offered anywhere, this lightweight and durable custom case allows optimal access to all sensors, ports, and controls on your iPad, while offering superior comfort in-hand.
Depth: 0.71 inches
Width: 7.7 inches
Height: 9.79 inches
Weight: 9.6 oz.