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Travis Louie’s “Bride of Stan” Pressure Printing Etching

Travis Louie’s “Bride of Stan” Framed Etching by Pressure Printing- Sold Out

We are very pleased to announce a wonderful new project with Pressure Printing and artist Travis Louie.

Available exclusively through Hi-Fructose, “Bride of Stan” is a hand printed intaglio etching, individually tea stained, and signed by the artist.

Each etching is housed in a hand-casted and antiqued resin frame with custom cut solid steel backing for free standing or wall mounted display. The etching is protected by a high quality “bubble” glass, the same kind used on Louie’s originals.
Here’s a better view of “Bride of Stan” to better see the details. Each package includes a perforated and signed Certificate of Authenticity.

Total size (including frame) is 8 3/4″x 6 3/4″.

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