Depressed Lincoln and the Bicycle Caravan
by Dave Van Patten from Long Beach, United States
Limited Edition Art Print
Description from the artist
Alyssandra Nighswonger and Sarah Rosenberger rode their bicycles all the way from Seattle to Long Beach, playing folk shows along the way, accompanied by other bicycle gypsies. One of them was Chad Sheby, who heroically saved them from a Brontosaurus. Unfortunately his mind was soon driven to madness by the singing of a three headed siren girl. When the fork came in the road, Abraham Lincoln was too depressed to give any sound advice. The caravan traveled for forty days of confusion until Whitman appeared in the night with his pet buffalo, who guided the way into the sunlight.
This is a museum quality Giclée print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag® (310gsm, matte, 100% cotton, acid free archival paper) using Epson K3 archival pigments. With 1" border for framing. It is a lifetime piece. If framed and hung away from direct sunlight, your print will last over 100 years.
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