Framed print by Cullinet Software printed in 1984. "Managing information means getting what you need when you need it" can be seen beneath an intriguing image done by Charles Sexon. Charles Sexon was an American cartoonist known for his work for The New Yorker. He worked from the 1940's through the 1980's before his death in 1988.
The image shows a sweepingly tall dam holding a massive amount of water at bay. There is a well-dressed gentleman "gathering" a bit of water/information from the spigot on the side of the dam. The very bottom of the poster has the printing information: 1984 Cullinet Software, 400 Blue Hill Drive, Westwood, MA
I have a feeling I don't have to tell you how rare this item is. A "history of technology" treasure!
↣ 25.75" tall
↣ 18.25" width
↣ .75" deep
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The poster is in good, vintage condition. It is very rare to find a piece like this. Despite the multitude of scratches, which looks like from the glass breaking out., this piece remains a fantastic find! Please see the pictures for details and don't forget to use zoom! Additional pictures are available upon request.
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