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I love the painting "The Scream" done by Norweigan impressionist artist Edvard Munch in 1893. It so matches my mood at times!! This reproduction of the painting is made with little pieces of soda pop cans, hand nailed to foam board. It took many, many hours to complete. The size is 12" x 12" and it is framed in a black metal frame. I happened to find the face of a man on a Dr. Pepper can, and added it to the "man in black" that appears to be stalking the main character. Adds a little humor and/or creepiness to the picture. This is a very unique style of art, and not many people are doing it. It would be a great conversation piece in your office or your home. Colors and design may slightly vary. THIS IS A MADE TO ORDER ITEM. PLEASE ALLOW APPROXIMATELY 4 WEEKS FOR DELIVERY. Please contact me with your location for international shipping rates.

The Scream made with soda pop cans

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: aluminum cans, nails, foam board, frame
  • Feedback: 66 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Ohio, United States.
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