Enjoy all four seasons in Roger Williams Park with these stunning 18″ x 24″ posters, evocative of the popular poster series of 1930’s national parks. The posters are silk screened by hand by a local printer. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist and printed on museum-grade paper with the highest quality inks.
About the Artist:
Peter Cardoso focuses on multidisciplinary graphic and industrial design services as well as screen printed posters. He has run Ghost-Town Studios for over a decade and consults often in the field of graphic arts and design. Peter works tirelessly on the craft of screen printing by hand. He is dedicated to designing in the music, sport, and entertainment industries. His work is in the permanent collection of the RISD Museum of Art as well as the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art. His work is also in the Chronicle Books publication “The Art of Modern Rock: The Poster Explosion and Quirk Books Gig-Posters Vol.2”. Pete lives in and operates his studio out of the small working-class city of Pawtucket, Rhode Island. You can see more of his work at Ghost-Town Studios.