Mid Century Art – gotta love Shag!

Not sure if you all know about Shag, but the art is fantastic and VERY 50’s. I own the big book (one of my very favorite Christmas presents), but there are prints available now (oooo, ooo, mee, mee!) – and I have got to have one…now to the budget!

Thanks for the tip from Retro Info (cool blog by the way!)

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