The Driver's 23rd Psalm
22.5 in HIGH x 15.25 in WIDE
(57.15 cm HIGH x 38.73 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom edge has "Drawing: Ariel Parkinson Verse: Ernest Callenbach Typography: Clifford Burke Copyright 1971 Ecology Center Berkeley, California."

Poster has a black and white drawing of an old model car spewing smog into the air and oil onto the road. Along the right edge are seven red roqd signs with, STOP, HELP!, PAY, WRONG WAY, IDIOT, and TAKE THE TRAIN printed on them. The bottom edge has four rams with wheels for their feet. In the center is "The Driver's 23rd Psalm/ the car is my tyrant, i can not breathe./ it maketh me to drive on hot asphalt,/ it leadeth me past the full parking-lots;/ it rattleth my soul;/ it leadeth me in the paths of destruction for destroit's sake./ yea, when i drive on the hightway in the shadow of death/ I will fear much evil: my car is with me./ Its cost and exhaust they madden me;/ it preparteth monoxide before me in the prescence of repair bills;/ It filleth my lungs with polution; my eye runneth over./ surely smog and congestion will follow me all the days of my life,/ and I will dwell in the chaos of cars for ever."
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