ISSUE 27: DON'T WORRY
The ubiquitous symbol seen around the globe, the smiley face has had long lasting appeal since its 1963 inception by commercial artist Harvey Ball. It can be found everywhere from signs, products, and in the way we communicate (emojis), all the while remaining as the most commonly used symbol for happiness. The more you look for it, the more you'll see it
4" x 4.5"
Single colour risograph printing
Edition of 50
Includes 1" button, 1.5" sticker and balloon
Printed in Toronto by Colour Code
17 in stock