Ladies and Gentlemen of the class of '97: Wear Sunscreen
After wondering if a young woman sunbathing in the park was wearing the prudent amount of sunblock, journalist Mary Schmich realised she'd reached the age when she liked to give advice. So she did. The resulting article for the Chicago Tribune became one of the first viral emails and was even recorded by director Baz Luhrmann as "The Sunscreen Song" in 1999. Presented here on one page for the first time, the full text of this whimsical but wise work is an inspirational and uplifting piece that will lift the mood of any room.
This design is a single sheet measuring 500 x 700mm (1911/16 in x 279/16 in).
All Spineless Classics are printed on heavyweight paper in sharp, lightfast ink which will not fade.
To order Advice, like youth, probably just wasted on the young in the colour design: