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The iconic Hook ‘em Horns hand sign was first introduced at a pep rally on November 11, 1955 in Gregory Gymnasium at The University of Texas, by the head cheerleader, Harley Clark. This is a print of an original Polaroid negative image transfer I took in 2005, of Harley Clark’s hand demonstrating the Hook ‘em Horns hand sign to commemorate its 50th anniversary.

This print features the actual hand of Harley Clark. It is hand-touched with colored pencil highlighting, signed and matted (11 x 14 overall matted size) and printed on 140 lb, acid free, cold press watercolor paper with HP Vivera archival inks. Because each is hand-touched with color highlighting, each is slightly different. This print is also available in a matted 16 x 20 format, ready for framing ($75).

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In Time for Christmas--Hook 'em Horns--UT fans, signed and matted hand touched print


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: vintage polaroid camera, pack film, 140 lb acid free, cold press watercolor paper, hp vivera archival ink, colored pencils, acid free matboard, foamboard backing
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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