"An Indiana In Their Home Has Every Good South Bender" is a framing of Robert Indiana's screen printed posters from 1978, made for the South Bend Art Center inaugural exhibition.

Each frame is made with poplar, Indiana's state tree.

Limited first edition of five to be sold in a pop-up shop at the South Bend Museum of Art for $5, $55, $555, $5555, and $55555.

We had seen the poster on display in a dust case for years at the now permanently closed Emporium restaurant in South Bend. Upon inquiry, the South Bend Museum of Art had quantity remaining and were willing to sell five. Every good South Bender should have one in their home.