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May 01, 2020 Slideshows » Arts

Paper Trail San Antonio's New Online Exhibition Includes These Amazing Posters From Texas Artists 

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If you're missing First Friday, you're not the only one. To help lift our spirits during these shitty times — as well as make up for income lost by artists — Paper Trail San Antonio whipped up a virtual exhibition that opens today. Inspired by the iconic "Hang in There, Baby" motivational poster, the group show features brand new poster designs from 25 Texan artists, many of whom are based in the Alamo City.

See anything you like? Each design is available to buy as an 11" x 14" giclee print for $25 plus shipping on Paper Trail's website.

Images courtesy of Paper Trail SA
OF 25
"Hang In There, Baby" by Zane Thomas
"Chill the F*ck Out" by Maria Castro
"Everything Sucks But We’ll Be Together Soon" by Ray Tattooedboy
"Cowpoke" by Shelby Criswell
"Walkin' On Sunshine" by Acid Winzip
"Cruisin" by Gilbert Martinez
"Gonna Be OK" by Yogurt Lump
"Shake it Up" by Connie Chapa
"Hang In There" by Eddy Rios
"Thorns and Comfort" by Morgan Thomas
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"El Diablix" by Ana Garcia
"Hang In There" by Nathanael Smith
"Lead By Example" by Paul Garson
"Life Is Fleeting" by Jair Hernandez
"Motivational Cat" by John Johnson
"Take Care" by Becca Gonzalez
"Paradise Awaits" by Jesse Guevara
"Take It Slow" by Ashley Franklin
"San Antonio Noir" by Timothy McVain
"Scaredy Cat" by Mike Fisher
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"Self Sufficient" by Robert Tatum
"Skull King" by Robert Gonzales
"Stay Fresh" by James Shuizar
"We Belong Dead" by Carlos Aguilar
"What A Time To Be Alive" by Jackie Gonzalez
"Hang In There, Baby" by Zane Thomas

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