Black Power Salute Canvas Print From 1968 in Black & White.
The Olympics are intended to be a celebration of global unity. But when the American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos ascended the medal stand at the 1968 Games in Mexico City, they were determined to shatter the illusion that all was right in the world. Just before “The Star-Spangled Banner” began to play, Smith, the gold medalist, and Carlos, the bronze winner, bowed their heads and raised black-gloved fists in the air. Black & white version.
1968 Black Power Salute Trivia:
Published in life magazine, Dominis’ image turned the somber protest into an iconic emblem of the turbulent 1960s.
We print on artist grade poly-cotton blend canvas. Frames are 1.25 inch thick and constructed of 100% renewable wood.
The canvas would look great on your wall, or as a present, also great for framing.
★ Size of canvas is 8 x 10, 12 x 16, 16 x 20, 18 x 24 or 30 x 40. Please choose your size.
★ Beautiful prints, printed on state of the art printers
★ Shipped from California in the USA
★ Giant sized 30 x 40, large Black Power Salute canvas 18 x 24, 16 x 20 or just medium 8 x 10 or 12 x 16 inches
★ Digitally enhanced and remastered images
★ Printed on good quality canvas
★ Artist grade poly-cotton blend canvas
★ Frames are 1.25 inch thick and constructed of 100% renewable wood.
Shipped with careful packaging, lots of padding & bubble wrap on the corners.