Iconic 1975 USSR poster commemorating cosmonaut Gherman Titov’s flight in August 1961 (which followed Yuri Gagarin’s in April of the same year) and his famous anti-religious words. Titov gave a speech at the 1962 World’s Fair in Seattle, and told the audience he saw no gods nor any angels when he was in space — and that we should believe, instead, in the intelligence and reason of humans.

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Printed with a 10 color process using archival pigment ink on premium quality heavyweight (265+ gm/69+ lb) luster finish professional photo paper. The paper’s luster/satin finish is specially designed to bring out details in print and avoid glare. Prints typically will have a small white border to maintain the proportions of the original image.

Tote bags are 100% heavyweight cotton (144g/m²), 38 x 42 cm/15 x 16.5 in — with an A4 sized image (21 x 30 cm/8.25 x 11.7 in)

Note: Because these are repros of vintage book covers, magazine covers, and posters, there may be imperfections (creases, rubbings, other marks, blurred small print, etc.) in the image if they appeared in the original. Pulptastic Print watermark that appears in online images will not be in the actual prints.

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2 reviews for There Is No God!

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    Very good quality print, carefully packaged.

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