Show Me


There are several versions of how Missouri got its nickname but this is our favorite. Back in 1899, Congressman Willard Vandiver uttered the epic words, "I come from a country that raises corn and cotton, cockleburs and Democrats, and frothy eloquence neither convinces nor satisfies me. I'm from Missouri, and you have got to show me." Thus the Show Me State was born. We decided to do this print up in the colors of the state flag with a flowing, brush script to symbolize the athletic feats accomplished at the Show-Me State Games.


- 13" x 20"

- Printed on Mohawk Superfine 100lb Paper

- Handpressed in New Haven, CT

- Numbered run of 100

- Need a frame? These are the ones we use. We've also partnered with a local business on reclaimed barnwood frames.


*Since our prints are handpressed, there can be a slight variation in inking making each print awesome in its own way. Their mama wasn't lying when she told them they were special.


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