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The paintings are 10x3, 5x7 and 4x6. All are already framed.

The suicide print is 8x10 printed on card stock. I did the painting for Fight It Out's 7 inch, "Depression". Hand signed and numbered out of 50.

The Josey frame print is 12x12. Hand screen printed. 3 colors. Printed by Austin Kihn. Hand signed (by both Austin and I) and numbered out of 50.

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