One for All and All for One
Digital print reproduction of an original 1923 lithography poster by the legendary Latvian graphic designer and artist Ansis Cirulis. His career was groundbreaking and prolific, from graphic design to applied arts. His work is best known for patriotic and national themes. Among other works, Ansis developed the first sketches of the official Latvian state symbols - the flag and national coat of arms - when the Republic of Latvia proclaimed independence on 18 November 1918. The wording says "One for All and All for One", an inspiring and moving call for teamwork that rings just as true almost 100 years later.
Reproduction: Digital print, Emblem Matt Poster 230g
Original: Litography, Ansis Cirulis, 1923, National Library of Latvia