It’s incredible how much you can miss by staring at your phone so often. Maybe you HAVE missed pigs flying and you’ll never know the answer. The more you stare at your phone, the less you’re enjoying your day. You can get this phone related art print in sizes 8×10 and 12×16.
On February 10th, 1914, this woman had thought up every great idea she would ever conceive in the same moment. She was far ahead of everyone else at her time in her thinking and her technology, owning many devices no one else had ever even seen before. This fine art print of this knowledgable woman can be purchased in sizes 8×10 and 12×16.
It’s quite a special occasion when the little one finally is old enough to receive her first axe. A birthday is already a special occasion, but the only thing that could make it even more special is an axe. A head-chopper, a log cutter, whatever you want to call it, it’s still an axe in the end. This art print of Baby Lizzie receiving her first axe can be bought in sizes 8×10 and 12×16.
In Victorian ages, it was said that a man needed not to worry about the faithfulness of his wife unless he one day awoke with horns. I wonder how this man felt on the day he woke with horns? Anger? Confusion? Who knows! What is known, is that you can get an art print of this horned man available in sizes 8×10 and 12×16.
For every monitor Edna bought, she always seemed to gain a new symptom. Even if it wasn’t there, she had it! No matter what the illness was, no matter how healthy she was, she was sick. Her family said she was bananas, but she of course never believed them. Edna was the only one who could ever know if she was ill, no one else could be right about that. This hypochondriac art print is available in sizes 8×10 and 12×16