Really excited about my new art print that came in today! little back story about this print and why its so special to me:
Hailing from northern central Tennessee, when Aldo the Apache talked about "making a livin' for the family sellin' moonshine corn liquor", I know all about that. Nashville is only a short drive from Bourbon country.
My Grandfather was born and raised in northern Kentucky. Prior to 1920, Bourbon was the the lively hood of many Kentuckians. Like many areas of the country, Kentucky's economy was crushed by the Volstead Act. After the distilleries closed, many folks were left without work. Some families left the state in search of new opportunities. But, as Aldo said, others set out to make a new tradition; Makin a living for their families selling Moonshine Corn liquor.
This print is inspired by Aldo Raines wisdom as well as my Grandfather and family, leaving their Kentucky home to find gainful employment in Nashville.... all because of the unintentional consequences of prohibition and the destruction of the American Economy.
You can check it out here
about 1 year ago
Thanks @Zach Roszczewski !
Just an FYI, I'm giving away a couple of free prints? Tweet this dribble or my etsy shop listing https://www.etsy.com/listing/116604697/aldos-tennessee-moonshine-corn-liquor @strawcastle I'll be randomly selecting a couple of folks for a free print.
Amazing. Buying one now!
@Steely Much love brother! Really appreciate that!
Just love! Def getting one.
Excellent. Awesome story too!
So amazing! Love everything about it!
This turned out amazing, Derrick. And you're selling for so cheap! Perfect holiday gift, thanks.
I can haz some? great!
Where do you buy the poster paper?
@Emir Ayouni Thanks man!
@Jeremy Teff I appreciate it! Means a lot!
@Justin Garand Thanks!
@Zack Davenport Thanks man, always try to keep my artwork affordable. I like to share!
@Jake Toolson lol, thanks man! My paper is French Paper - Pop-tone all the way! Hand made
Love this style dude, some great work
Looks great Derrick.
nice, I use french paper as well, and I also do my own screen printing :) I started screen printing on apparel (my own designs) and did this for 3 years. Decided to get back into it and print my own posters... it adds that raw feeling.
bow down. awesome.
This will look great on the wall in my apartment! Love these old fashion designs! Shipping to Europe (The Netherlands) no problem?
Just bought it :)
$15 is too cheap for this thing of awesomeness!
Looks like it came out perfectly!
@Jake Toolson Awesome! Yeah, French is the one and only. I tried my hand at screen printing and sucked at it. That's one of the reasons I started getting into block printing. It was just more primitive and didn't need a lot of gear. So when I want to do some screen prints I have to out source;0(
@Dreamix Studio Europe is no problem! Thanks man!!
@Josh Smith really appreciate it man! Loving the support!
Thanks again all!
Very nice work. Just ordered.
Such a rad print Derrick. Just bought one! I Loved it before I realized that it was a reference to one of my favorite movie characters ever. Keep up the good work!
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