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Illustrated quote posters

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The ability to create a snappy yet thoughtful quote is right up there with rewiring a car radio and tying a cherry stem knot with your tongue in terms of skills we want to master.

So, it's with a combination of respect and jealousy that we present these quote posters. Oh and they're not just any old quote posters either.

Ryan McArthur has taken a set of enviably well-constructed one-liners and illustrated them to be sold at his Etsy store. They range from Oscar Wilde to Thomas Edison and we think they'd look damn good on your walls.

You can buy your own right here.

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