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HF exclusive: Greg Simkins’ “Dinola” wood print

HF favorite Greg “Craola” Simkins (HF cover feature, Vol. 14) will be doing an exclusive signing at SDCC with us this year at booth #3949 on Thursday July 22nd from 2-4pm. As part of our Two Hours with Craola signing, Hi-Fructose will release a very special Simkin’s “Dinola” print on wood. This 10.75” x 9.75” four color silkscreen print on pine will be signed at the booth and available for purchase to the first 50 people attending the signing.

Check out a larger sized image of the beautiful Stegosaurus riding print here...

HF favorite Greg “Craola” Simkins (HFcover feature, Vol. 14) will be doing an exclusive signing at SDCC withus this year at booth #3949 on Thursday July 22nd from 2-4pm. As partof our Two Hours with Craola signing, Hi-Fructose will release avery special Simkin’s “Dinola” print on wood. This 10.75” x 9.75” fourcolor silkscreen print on pine will be signed at the booth andavailable for purchase to the first 50 people attending the signing.

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