Broadside celebrating the ten year anniversary of the Durham Farmers' Market included a short essay and a chronological list of the farmers who have participated over the years.
With a text-heavy poster I wanted a single iconic image so the poster could be a restful calm thing to look at. I thought this woodcut by Josef Beery worked well for how it implied “harvest” as much as a singular crop. Plus I like how an ear of corn is composed of lots of different little kernels…just like a farmers market is composed of many different little farms.
$12. For sale here or at the Farmers Market. Purposefully inexpensive, so you have money left over to take your print to Craven Allen to get framed.