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I don't actually call this a bullet trailer--I call it a sheepshed from my childhood spent herding sheep up and down the mountain and through the valley where I grew up. The trailer got dragged to wherever we were pasturing the sheep so whoever was staying with the sheep had a place to sleep. The print is part of my series called "Relics of Our Existence," all printed from hand carved blocks on an antique letterpress. The idea behind the series is that they can tell anyone's story--like a charm bracelet for your walls. The impact these prints make is in the quantity--choose any 5 for $49.99 ( http://www.etsy.com/listing/96833943/relics-of-our-existence-set-of-5-linocut ) or 10 for $89.99 ( http://www.etsy.com/listing/92990659/relics-of-our-existence-set-of-10 ). The series is growing every day, so keep checking back for new additions. Also, if there's an image that you think would work great in this collection, convo me and I'll see about adding it.

Print is 5"x7" and comes to you unmounted on 70lb archival textweight paper. See http://www.etsy.com/listing/96682941/5x7-print-mounting-service if you would like them mounted. As always, FREE SHIPPING on prints.

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Retro Bullet Trailer Linocut Block Print



  • Handmade item
  • Materials: durotone aged newsprint, oil based printing ink, linoleum block
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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