Finally, 2023 Sarcastic Vintage Calendar Is Here! – Design You Trust

Finally, 2023 Sarcastic Vintage Calendar Is Here!


Anne Taintor (previously featured) is an artist whose themes deal with domestic stereotypes, as viewed through the lens of mid-century advertisements. Juxtaposing these images with tongue-in-cheek captions, her work serves as a commentary on the stereotypes of women popularized in the 1950s America.

Now her works are rounded up in a 2023 calendar which will surely add value to your real estate if you have it on your wall.

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