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When traveling Alternate-Victorian Paris during the Zombie Apocalypse, you might need a good ol' sawed-off shotgun. But where do you find one in Alternate-Victorian Paris? You'd find one by following this advertisement to the best Armurerie in France.

I created this original piece with Guash paint, mimicking the Mucha style that was very popular in cigarette, shampoo, and chocolate advertisements of the period. With bright colors and flowing lines, it might take a little time before you realize the smoking gun and wounded zombies. This print is reproduced as a 10.5 in by 5.5 in print on Premium Matte Photo Kodak Paper from an Epson printer.

The words say, in French (the best French I can do, let me know if it isn't right)


"Weapons to kill the Zombies"

"Sawed off Shotgun"

Zombie Apocalypse Print of Mucha inspired Advertisement for Sawed-off Shotguns


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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: paper, guash, print
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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