The Colors of California
Late 20th Early 21st Century
22.95 in HIGH x 17.25 in WIDE
(58.29 cm HIGH x 43.81 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

"Thirty-fifth in a series of East Bay Municipal Utility District posters to encourage the proper use and conservation of water" along with an "EBMUD" logo are at the bottom center of the page. There is a recyling symbol as well as "Printed on Recycled Paper Design: Robert Laird Brown" along the top right edge. There is a printed artist''s signature of "Hayonona".

This post has a light yellow section in the center with an illustration of a green plant with purple flowers. There are additional illustrations of flowers against white backgrounds along either side of the central plant. Large, black text at the bottom of the page reads "The / Colors of California" with the first "C" in purple. Text below explains that "Many California native plants need less water than traditional lawns / and gardens."
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