"Give Peace a Chance" was written during Lennon's well-publicized "Bed-In" honeymoon with Yoko Ono. When Lennon was asked by a reporter what he was trying to accomplish from this bed-in, he replied, "All we are saying is give peace a chance" and he sang the song several times. "Give Peace A Chance" was released in 1969 by the Plastic Ono Band, and this mostly spoken song peaked at #14 on the Billboard Charts. The song title became an anthem of the late 1960s-early 1970s anti-war movement.
All we are saying is give peace a chance. - John Lennon (chorus from "Give Peace a Chance")
Our peace posters are a lighthearted twist on the above expression which still holds as well today as it did back then.
Prices shown below are for 35" x 44" prints on basic poster paper. All posters are available in sizes ranging from portfolio (11" x 14") to huge (35" x 44"), with and without frames. Many features of our posters are customizable, and you can choose from a variety of media on which to have them printed.
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