Cicada Invasion: Summer Of Love By Aaron Johnson, Joel Anderson, 2020


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Though the cicada swarms that show up once every few years can be called a lot of things, we like to think of these winged wackies as symbols of love (if, albeit, pretty weird symbols). The cicada spends most of its life underground, rooting around and living the good life. Then, once they reach the end of their lifespan, the cicada bursts from the earth during the summer season to make love, give birth to countless eggs, and then, sadly, perish. It’s a summer of love indeed, though it is the only summer of love these bugs will ever experience. Inspired by a bug like no other, our vintage poster art team hand-rendered a design that is fashioned after 1970s-style music poster art. Available as a print, banner, canvas, or metal sign, this artwork is the next great addition to your collection. And to learn more about the interesting and unique life of the cicada bug, check out the website for Cicada Mania.

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