Whiskly in the Jar
Route 66 - America’s mother road - provided an escape from the poverty of the 1930s dust bowl Midwest for hundreds of thousands searching for the American Dream in California. Mom and pop motels, stores, diners, and gas stations battled for custom using incredible neon signs. As Route 66 was bypassed by bigger and faster highways, customers stopped coming and businesses failed. Many of the signs remain on abandoned sections of the highway... sunbleached and sandblasted by desert winds. Ghosts of the past faded American pop art.
— Includes certificate of authenticity
— 1 of ever made
— Exclusively represented by MANKOVSKY
— Frame not included
— Ships from Gothenburg, Sweden
Each archival pigment printed artwork is exclusively represented by MANKOVSKY and strictly limited and offered in the communicated edition size. Every artwork offered is in agreement with us and the artist.
Accompanying the artwork is a Certificate of Authenticity (COA) which is hand-signed by the artist. On both artwork and certificate the unique number of the artwork purchased is stated in writing, by hand, as well as matching MANKOVSKY emboss stamp.
We offer home deliveries to United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, countries within the European Union, and Australia. Each print edition is made on demand upon order so please allow up to 14 days for deliveries.
We do not accept returns due to the limited edition nature of our pieces. If you have received a damaged piece, please reach out to us within 15 days at email@example.com or via our live chat.
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