♦Multi-colored design printed on 80 pound cardstock
♦Print measures slightly less than 11" x 17" (28cm x 43cm)
♦Print is shown in 16" x 20" (41cm x 51cm) float frame (frame not included)
♦Print is signed by the artist
♦Print will be shipped via USPS First Class Mail with a backing board inside of a stay flat mailer. Domestic shipping will include tracking.
This art print is part of the Senioritis Remembers Famous Seniors series. Please check out our shop to see other framed and unframed offerings from this series:
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Who's Elvis Presley?
In the 1950s Elvis opened a nation's eyes and ears to a new style of music; a new sound which will forever be known as Rock and Roll. While Elvis is undoubtedly the King of Rock and Roll his musical talents spanned across many genres including country, pop, gospel, and blues. To this day Elvis is the best-selling solo artist in pop music.
This multi-color design was inspired by Elvis' 1957 film Jailhouse Rock. The print features Elvis in the foreground, in prison attire and electic blue suede shoes, set against a background of light grey vertical stripes which were modeled after prison bars. Elvis defines ambition as a dream with some big block power behind it.
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