This print is made entirely out of words! This image depicts the urban legend of Mothman. In West Virginia folklore, the Mothman is a legendary creature reportedly seen in the Point Pleasant area from November 12, 1966, to December 15, 1967. The words for this piece are written by myself, a n original essay about the myth.
All of our items are dreamed up, designed, made, packaged, and shipped by the independent art team of artist Scott W Smith and business manager Kelly Smith. Every purchase from Skahfee Studios helps keep independent art alive. Thank you for your support!
The Unframed Print: This is an 11x17 inch giclee fine art print. The inks and paper used are archival quality to ensure a lifetime of display without fading. The print will be rolled, placed inside an archival sleeve, and delivered to you inside a sturdy cardboard tube.
The Framed Print: This option gets you the 11x17 inch print, framed in a beautiful black wooden frame. The frame measures roughly 12.5x18.5 inches. It will ship well-padded inside a sturdy box.
The Poster-Size Print: Larger prints are finally here! Available as 24x36 inch posters or 27x40 theatrical-size posters. Both options ship rolled in a sturdy tube. Please note poster-size prints are made to order and may not be returnable. Allow two business days to print and ship your order.
Shipping: All orders placed before 5pm central time will go out the next business day (Monday-Friday, excluding holidays). International shoppers, please note your local government may impose a duty or tax on imported goods. This fee, if any, will be your responsibility at the time your package arrives.
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