Hang in There Cat Poster - Printed on Premium Cardstock Paper - Sized 11 x 14 Inch - Perfect Funny Motivational Poster For Home or Office - Humorous Decor, Funny Quote
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Although, as history has shown, it was perhaps the wrong advice to give on those particular occasions.Dickenson, Republican from Alabama, and Samuel Devine, Republican from Ohio, presented him with a "Hang in There, Baby" poster signed by 100 members of Congress as a token of encouragement and support.
Imitators quickly spawned out of this popularity; some bootleg copies of the original, others produced by major greeting card and poster publishers. But although that acrobatic cat is the most well known, the history of motivational posters actually goes much further back, all the way to World War I. Sassy, who has the fictional name Wiki in the book, is a lost kitten adopted by a mother cat with two kittens of her own. Many of us are familiar with a poster depicting a cat hanging from some kind of branch with the words ‘Hang In There, Baby,’ or something to that effect, printed beside it. Baldwin hung a copy of the poster in his studio window in 1972, which resulted in more interest in the image.Another copy of the kitten poster hangs in an outer office of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. It’s the iconic motivational poster: an adorable kitten dangling precariously from a bar, or branch, or clothesline, with the words “Hang in there, baby” scrawled across the top. People were drawn to the poster's inspirational message and wrote Baldwin describing how it helped them get through surgeries, accidents, and other tough periods in life.
Scientists suspect that motivational posters have a priming effect on people; a kind of subconscious preparation that results in certain associations and reactions.The poster was created by photographer Victor Baldwin, when he took his cat Sassy out for a photoshoot in the mid-1960s.