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A Royal Pain

Gutenberg: A Royal Pain giclée art print


This archival giclée art print is from the original digital illustration of a cartoon that appeared in the Palm Beach Daily News on August 26, 2012, and in the book Billionaires and Butterfly Ballots, A 20-Year Palm Beach ‘Cartoonspective’ by David Willson, published Nov. 2012

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A Royal Pain

8.5″ X 6.5″ archival image on 11″ X 9″ acid free bright white art print paper

The Internet is not the first example of disruptive technology. The invention of the printing press by Johannes Gutenberg enabled the first expansion of philosophy, mathematics and political discourse to the masses, giving rise to nationalism and ultimately toppling monarchs. In other words, Gutenberg’s printing press became a Royal pain and continues the legacy in today’s tabloid journalism.


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