In any case, I think this poster turned out rather well. With that amount of type, it kind of begs to be a simple, minimal poster, in order to be able to discern any hierarchy of information from the type. Typography was all in various weights of Univers. The bottle and hand were scanned from a Dover book on hands - I think it's called Hands, even. The ocean was part of some smallish engraving/illo that I found in some old Print magazine from the late 1940s. There was a ship in the middle of the ocean that I erased and replaced with the milk drop image, which was sourced from the internet, rez'd up, contrasted out, and placed. This poster was declared "The Poster of the Week" in The Stranger, some time in early 2005.
18" x 24", 3 colors, screenprinted by Heather Freeman and Brian Taylor at Patent Pending Press.