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Lexington, Kentucky Print

In // on November 29th, 2013 // by // No comment

Henry Clay. May 6, 1782. Bourbon. Thoroughbred City. Fayette. 38°01’47”N 84°29’41W.

Gratz Park. Bluegrass. Bowties. Keeneland. Southern. Cats.

Mary Todd Lincoln. UK. Rupp. Town Branch. Lexington, Kentucky.

  • #100 Cougar Smooth Cover White
  • 12″ x 16″
  • Each print signed
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Springfield, Kentucky Print

In // on November 27th, 2013 // by // No comment

Lincoln homestead. Mackville. Farming. Covered bridge. Snappy Grill. Cecconi’s. Willett & Mudd. African American Heritage Festival. Commanders. Walton Hotel. The Louisville Store. Dog & Suds. Nancy’s Place. Reed’s. Horseshoe Bend. Sorghum Festival. 1793. 37° 41′ 11″ N. 85° 13′ 19″ W. Donkey Tree. Washington County. 1816 Courthouse. The Burg. Tatum Springs. Opera House. Cross Main. Idle Hour Park. Willisburg. St. Catharine. Springfield.

Springfield is a special place for us, and we had a blast creating this design to celebrate such a wonderful town.

  • #100 Cougar Smooth Cover White
  • 12″ x 16″
  • Each print signed
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The Old Fashioned Print

In // on November 26th, 2013 // by // No comment

Whether you like your Old Fashioned with or without a cherry, one thing we can all agree on is that it’s a mainstay of any respectable bar. So cheers to tradition, with or without a garnish.

  • #100 Cougar Smooth Cover White
  • 8″ x 10″
  • Each print signed
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Henry Clay Print

In // on November 25th, 2013 // by // No comment

As is ours, Henry C.

  • #100 Cougar Smooth Cover White
  • 12″x16″
  • Each print signed
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Louisville Anchor Print

In // on July 31st, 2013 // by // No comment

Louisville owes its existence to the Falls of the Ohio. The Falls were a treacherous crossing in the late 1700s, around the time Evan Williams was distilling bourbon in the city. Steamboats stopped at the Falls before continuing on their journey. Today, the Belle of Louisville, a historic steamboat preparing to celebrate its 100th birthday in 2014, keeps watch over the mighty Ohio River.

  • #100 Cougar Smooth Cover White
  • 12″ x 16″
  • Each print signed
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And The Horse You Rode In On Print

In // on July 31st, 2013 // by // No comment

People just don’t curse like they use to. There’s something about old-fashioned vulgarity that keeps it a touch classy. If you’re gonna drop the F-bomb, end it with a little something extra.

  • #100 Cougar Smooth Cover White
  • 8″ x 10″
  • Each print signed
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Sunshine & Sweet Tea Print

In // on July 31st, 2013 // by // No comment

It’s hot. It’s humid. It’s just about unbearable. There is nothing that can save you from the summer heat like some sweet tea and possibly a baby pool. So fill up your mason jar and jump into summer.

  • #100 Cougar Smooth Cover White
  • 8″ x 10″
  • Each print signed
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Bless Her Heart Print

In // on July 31st, 2013 // by // No comment

Why, that saying is older than molasses! It’s funny how the words of our grandparents are rediscovered by a new generation. In this high-tech age, it’s good to have some time-honored ways. And if a gal can’t do both, then bless her heart.

  • Crane Florescent White 110#
  • Pressed using 1950 Vandercook Press
  • 8″ x 10″
  • Handmade mixed ink and pressing by Hound Dog Press in Louisville, Kentucky.
  • Shipped in a bend-resistant cardboard tube.
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