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There have been many occasions when dreamers often aspire to move mountains, but lack the will to push. Designer, Roland Tiangco, brilliantly addresses the issue with a poster that stains not only the hands, but the brain as well. Proving to be a revealing experience, the Dirt Poster stops short of blatantly display its message for all to see. In order to see its message, the owner must be willing to get their hands dirty.

Unfortunately, the Dirt Poster was a 2009 limited edition, and you would be hard pressed to find one nowadays. If you do find one, find it in your heart to give us an early Christmas?

Courtesy of Roland Tiangco.

Courtesy of Roland Tiangco.

Courtesy of Roland Tiangco.

Courtesy of Roland Tiangco.

Courtesy of Roland Tiangco.

Courtesy of Roland Tiangco.

Courtesy of Roland Tiangco.

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Quiet Lunch is a grassroot online publication that seeks to promote various aspects of life and culture with a loving, but brute, educational tinge. When we say, “Cerebral Sustenance Daily,” we mean it.

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