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I am always hesitant to write about spring finally arriving in Montreal – it’s almost like an invitation for yet another freak-act-of-God-snowstorm-when-you-least-expect-it – but I think it’s (almost) safe now… As I write this the sun is actually shining, the temperature is well above zero, passers-by are actually smiling, and the prediction for the weekend …

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Occasionally when folks walk into the gallery they can’t quite picture what a poster will look like in their home. Perhaps it’s their first significant piece of art, or maybe it’s the size or value of the poster that gives them pause … for whatever reason, it’s a question we field here not too infrequently. …

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I’ve written before about the Golden Age of travel, when getting somewhere, anywhere, meant a trip full of promise, adventure and excitement. It’s hard to imagine these days, but going places used to require lots of planning, not an insignificant amount of cash, and an equivalent amount of time. Long before Steve Martin and John …

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Hey Poster Romance readers! Laura here. Today we discovered an article on the quirky blog, messynessychic , which features a beautiful (and kind of eerie) underground display. Located in the Notting Hill Tube station of London, this cave-like nook was closed off when the station switched from older lifts to escalators, and was recently rediscovered …

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