Sure the mighty Mississippi River is beautiful, but wouldn't it look better with a giant monster in it?
This artwork is digitally printed on 11 x 17 inch 100lb paper and shipped right to your door. Comes with this description: A view of the quiet yet fast-growing St. Louis in 1832, drawn from an original painting by George Caitlin. The print is notable for Caitlin including a view of a local steamship, as well as incorporating a view of the Millstadt Monster, a giant creature from Southwest Illinois, crossing the river to feast in St. Louis’s active livestock and butchering districts
"Christmas time / is here / Monsters do / we fear" - ah who doesn't love that classic refrain from the annual special "The Monster that Ate Christmas"? My favorite...
Not all aliens are bad! Some Martians are helpful, like this one delivering a Christmas tree on the twelfth day of Christmas! Share some holiday humor with your friends this...
What fine old knickerbocker wouldn't be happy to have this 11 x 17 map hanging on their wall? Comes with this description: Rogers, Peet, & Co. produced this wonderfully colorful...
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