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"You could at least be breaking up with me in the shade."
"You could at least be breaking up with me in the shade."
"You could at least be breaking up with me in the shade."
"You could at least be breaking up with me in the shade."
"You could at least be breaking up with me in the shade."
"You could at least be breaking up with me in the shade."
"You could at least be breaking up with me in the shade."
"You could at least be breaking up with me in the shade."
"You could at least be breaking up with me in the shade."
"You could at least be breaking up with me in the shade."
"You could at least be breaking up with me in the shade."

"You could at least be breaking up with me in the shade."

Regular price
$140.00
Sale price
$140.00
  • Fine Art Prints
  • 8.5"x11"

    $95.00

  • 11"x14"

    $115.00

  • 16"x20"

    $125.00

  • Framed Art Prints
  • 11"x14"

    Frame: Black

    Print Finish: Gloss

    $140.00

  • 12"x12"

    Frame: Black

    Print Finish: Gloss

    $150.00

  • 16"x20"

    Frame: Black

    Print Finish: Gloss

    $200.00

  • 20"x20"

    Frame: Black

    Print Finish: Gloss

    $225.00

Artist: Drew Dernavich
Publication: The New Yorker

Print Artwork Details:
Fine Art prints - Printed on premium matted artist-grade paper, giclee printed with archival, acid-free pigment based inks.
Framed prints - Printed on Kodak lustre-finish ENDURA Premier Paper which is archival and acid-free. Lustre photo paper is most closely related to a matte finish but, has a textured appearance and a very slight sheen to it. This paper type is the standard paper type in professional printing.
Plexi - Framers grade plexi. 66% UV blocking and 92% light transmission
Mats - 4ply white paper board
Frames - Black 1.25” solid wood frame covered with acrylic. Felt bumpers. Finished with a wire hanger. Frames made from wood mouldings also feature a black paper backing. Framed Prints 11x14 and 12x12 or smaller include a sawtooth hanger.
"You could at least be breaking up with me in the shade."

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