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Bowie Acrylic Print featuring the digital art RIP Ziggy by Steve Follman

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RIP Ziggy Acrylic Print

Steve Follman

by Steve Follman

$94.00

Product Details

RIP Ziggy acrylic print by Steve Follman.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.

Design Details

Gone but never forgotten. Bowies music was extraordinary!

Ships Within

3 - 4 business days

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RIP Ziggy Digital Art by Steve Follman

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Rip Ziggy Poster

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Rip Ziggy Metal Print

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Rip Ziggy Wood Print

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Rip Ziggy Greeting Card

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Rip Ziggy Throw Pillow

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Rip Ziggy Duvet Cover

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Rip Ziggy Shower Curtain

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Rip Ziggy Tote Bag

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Rip Ziggy T-Shirt

Apparel

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Rip Ziggy Fleece Blanket

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Rip Ziggy Tapestry

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Rip Ziggy Face Mask

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Acrylic Print Tags

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Digital Art Tags

digital art bowie david bowie ziggy stardust spiders from mars rock n roll

Comments (1)

Sandra DeBus

Sandra DeBus

Beautiful design by a great artist!!

Artist's Description

Gone but never forgotten. Bowies music was extraordinary!

About Steve Follman

Steve Follman

As long as I can remember art has been a major part of my life. Art frees the mind and soul, I get great joy in seeing how my work touches and can inspire others. At a young age I can vaguely remember comparing my drawings with other kids and realizing that mine were different. My parents encouraged me to seek out various styles and types of art. When I was 13, I was the only kid in a life drawing class at night. I learned how fabric drapes on the human body, then we moved to drawing nude models. At 17, I attended Rhode Island School of Designs summer session, this experience opened my eyes to a whole new world of mediums and styles. I tried everything from printmaking to painting. I attended Kutztown University where I received my BFA and...

 

$94.00

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