Art Print: “damn the torpedoes…” – David G. Farragut quotation on a repurposed (broken dictionary) book page

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“Damn the torpedoes! Full speed ahead!” – Adm. David G. Farragut

Like all of Junket’s page art, this quotation has been carefully printed on a corresponding page from a broken 1894 Webster’s Dictionary (we don’t turn books into art unless they’re already broken).

The print you receive will be similar to the one pictured in the first image here, with slightly different background text (no two are alike). Page dimensions are roughly 8.5″ x 11.5″, and there’s a bit of wiggle room if you should need to trim it down to a smaller frame or mat. Subsequent photos are intended to share similar products, plus ways in which you might consider putting this item to use.

Junket’s mission is to help make it fun – and easy – to make ecologically sensitive purchasing decisions. Anything you find on our Etsy site, in our Minneapolis shop, or on shopjunket.com is secondhand itself, or has been made using secondhand materials.

Shipping is free within the United States. If you live outside the US and wish to purchase multiple prints, please contact us for reduced shipping (multiple book pages will easily ship for the price of one page). Thank you!

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Materials

broken books, dictionaries, ink, pages, paper, toner

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