Women, a series of kakemonos celebrating women who changed the world

We created a series of kakemonos to celebrate women who changed the world. You can freely download and print them for your own use. All images are public domain. If you want to print them, the recommended format is 80 cm x 200 cm (approx. 31.49 inches by 78.7 inches) or smaller keeping the same proportions (e.g. 40 cm x  100 cm). The color space is FOGRA 39 and the bleed is 1 mm on every side.

Table of Contents

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Amelia Earhart

Adventure Is Worthwile In Itself. Amelia Earhart

Katherine Johnson

Everything Was So New. The Whole Idea Of Going Into Space Was New And Daring. There Were No Textbooks, So We Had To Write Them. Katherine Johnson

Hedy Lamarr

All Creative People Want To Do The Unexpected. Hedy Lamarr

Michelle Obama

Success Isn’t About How Much Money You Make, It’s About The Difference You Make In People’s Lives. Michelle Obama

Gertrude Stein

One Must Dare To Be Happy Gertrude Stein

Marie Curie

Dans La Vie Rien N’est À Craindre, Tout Est À Comprendre. Marie Curie

Marguerite Duras

La Passion Reste En Suspens Dans Le Monde, Prête À Traverser Les Gens Qui Veulent Bien Se Laisser Traverser Par Elle. Marguerite Duras