WI Wave Silkscreen Print- Signed

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This is a beautiful limited-edition silk screen print created for the Wisconsin Wave by Samuel D. Johnson of Firecracker studio. There are only 7 remaining. Each print is hand numbered an signed by the artist. Size: 18 in. X 24 in.

The text along the side reads:

Battle Of Wisconsin: Join The Wave Of Resistance!

El Valiente, Squarewave, United Sons of Toil and Superstar Fantastico

High Noon Saloon * 9:00PM Friday, April 1st * Suggested Donation of $10.00

Speakers Include: State Senator Jon Erpenback and Lindsey Lee

Specials Include: $3.00 Craft Beer and a Raffle Featuring and iPad & More

The text along the bottom reads:

For More Information Go To: www.WisconsinWave.org

Design & Printing 2001 Firecracer Studios * www.FCS5000.com

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What does your story look like? Make four small single-signature books with gorgeous, handmade paper. Use as journals, portfolios, scrapbooks, or write and illustrate an original story. This eco art kit provides hours of fun with friends & family, and it includes a bonus project--the box turns into a frame for your finished artwork! Includes 100% recycled, handmade paper, beads, sequins, craft thread, needles and instructions. You provide scissors and glue. Assembled at Goodwill Industries of South-Central Wisconsin. Ages 8 & up.

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