Molon Labe

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“Molon Labe,” which means “come and take them” in ancient Greek. This historical phrase is attributed to Spartan King Leonidas I at the Battle of Thermopylae, where the Spartans defied the mighty Persian army. “Molon Labe” has come to represent courage, resilience, and determination in defense of freedom and autonomy.

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The Spartan motto "Molon Labe" encapsulates Sparta's legendary resistance against the Persian invasion at the Battle of Thermopylae. This motto, which translates to "Come and take it," embodies the indomitable spirit and determination of the Spartans in the face of adversity. Inspired by their bravery, we can recall the importance of steadfastly defending our principles and freedoms. Use this motto as a reminder of unwavering will and courage in the defense of what is just and true.

Premium poster quality

Our focus on premium materials and precision in printing brings every detail of the artwork to life, ensuring a superior visual experience.

Museum Quality

Each poster is crafted to meet the high standards of museum-quality, ensuring longevity and aesthetic excellence.

Premium Japan Paper

We use only the finest Japanese premium paper, known for its superior texture and durability.


Our posters are printed on 189g/m² paper, striking the perfect balance between thickness and flexibility.

10.3 Thickness

At 10.3 mil, the thickness of our paper guarantees robustness, preventing wear and tear while maintaining a sleek appearance.