Few knew that one of the Founding Fathers of the United States prowled the streets of Pennsylvania long after his "death" in 1790. His altruistic endeavors continued however, and we have the zombie version of him to thank today for such inventions as the manual can opener, the ice cream scoop and heartburn medication.
All to expedite the brain feasting process of course.
Print measures 8.5"x11" in full color that will last 100+ years, on acid-free cardstock with a canvas texture that perfectly complements the style of drawing.
Each print is carefully wrapped in plastic and ships flat in a sturdy envelope with cardboard backing, ready to pop in a 8.5x11" frame.