Plaster your wall with a prophetic vision of hope — the Snake Baby.
The Design: You’re lucky I didn’t draw the actual terrain and vegetation of East Metro Park which inspired Snake Baby, because it’s too brutal to see on a daily basis. The idea of who - or what - could tame the course inspired this messianic baby delivered here by aliens. All I’m saying is, in the tournament this was drawn for, I hit an ace on a particularly touchy putter flip through the trees. If that’s not an omen that I channeled pure occult power in this image, nothing is (nothing is). Over ten years later I communed with Grays to colorize that stamp, and wise buyers like you will be soon staring at the result.
Ships directly from print manufacturer; expect around 10 days for delivery.
The Print: Super nice heavy-duty art prints for home, office, cave, or gifting. Heavy cardstock matte style, not those lightweight crinkly shiny kind. Looks great on its own or framed. Give it a gentle flattening upon arrival. Acid-free archival ink on museum grade paper, shipped bagged inside cardboard tube or triangle box.
.: 175 gsm fine art paper
.: Matte finish
.: For indoor use