I Like Mike's Mid Century Modern
From 1986 to 1987 there was a television show on PBS called Faces Of Japan, hosted by Dick Cavett, each episode chronicling the life of a different Japanese person, from all walks of life. It sounds pretty amazing, actually...but for whatever reason, it was short-lived.
This large framed poster, signed by Dick Cavett, is a promotional celebration of the show, and seems to have been given to PBS station WHYY serving Philly.
So many interesting layers here, and a terrific wall hanging!
Please Note: The glass will be replaced; this art work will be shipped to you with brand new, chip-free, scratch-free glass.
30" H x 20.25" W x 1 D
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