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Our first foray into endurance letterpress via the Tour de France is both a visual and physical success. With verbal tongue-in-cheek, these posters run the color gamet from polychrome to subtle, following a great narrative flow taken straight from the Tour's daily events. The typographic vibrations make for great decor, a memorable gift or a wonderful collectible. If you like what you see let us know!

Stage 1

Spectator elbows cyclist

Stage 2

In the team time trial being 5th counts

Stage 3

It's an American on July 4th, Tyler Farrar wins

Stage 4

Rainy with a chance of photo finish, Cadel Evans wins

Stage 5

Gravity = chaos, Mark Cavendish wins

Stage 6

Like we said, "Long & wet."

Stage 7

Nothing and then all hell broke loose, Mark Cavendish wins

Stage 8

Breakaway survives, but chicken reigns supreme, Rui Alberto Costa wins

Stage 9

treecarasphaltbarbedwire, Thomas Voeckler wins

Rest day #1

A really good day for bandages

Stage 10

Cars get a talking to, André Greipel wins

Stage 11

Peloton breakaway, Mark Cavendish wins

Stage 12

2 HCs. Finally, Samuel Sanchez wins

Stage 13

It was a flat out bike race, Thor Hushovd wins

Stage 14

Whew. Whew.
Whew. Whew. Jelle Vandendert wins

Stage 15

Missile. Again. Merckx?, Mark Cavendish wins

Rest day #2

End the unrace

Stage 16

Norway was #1 & #2. Seriously. Thor Hershovd wins

Stage 17

Seriously? Boasson Hagen wins

Stage 18

HC HC HC, Andy Schleck wins

Stage 19

Alpe d'Huez and wow, Pierre Rolland wins

Stage 20

It's a bike race, Tony Martin wins

Stage 21

Final winners