Albrecht Dürer (German, 1471–1528) is famous for his apocalyptic woodcuts. His fear of accordions has received little to no attention, but the recent unearthing of an earlier version of "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" sheds a great deal of light on the subject. Death rides a pale horse and plays a mean set of bagpipes while Famine brings dearth to the ear with the heartless pumping of his accordion.
Now Durer's bleak imagery has made it onto a Scatterbrain Ties original necktie, painstakingly recreated by Michael Phipps. Some have accused Michael of fabricating this entire story, and ALTERING Dürer's original artwork. The nerve! Please help silence the naysayers by purchasing this meticulously printed tie
The image is carefully screen printed by hand on a soft, microfiber Umo Lorenzo necktie. Microfiber, as the name implies, is a very small, tight weave, closely resembling silk. The tie is standard size- 3.5" at the widest point and 58" long.
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