Original Mars Attacks art in Makers Market

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Original Mars Attacks art in Makers Market

Aw, man, this is almost too good to be true: Makers Market seller LTL PRINTS, a Philadelphia, PA startup company, has scored a license to reprint every card in Topps’ famous 1962 trading card series Mars Attacks. LTL has a novel full-color print-on-demand process using environmentally friendly inks, at 1440 dpi, on a 10 mil self-adhesive “fabric paper” substrate that can be removed and repositioned over and over again. He’ll sell you any card in the series at your choice of six sizes ranging from one foot to six feet on the long edge, with prices starting at $15. He’s also selling complete sets at a steep discount over the per-print price.

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