Spanish Galleon Art Print Pirate Ship Drawing, Vintage Ship, Treasure Ship, Pirates, Caribbean, Old Maps and Prints, Sailing Ships, Islands
Art print from my original drawing. Hand aged prints look like authentic old documents. Approximately 8" x 10" small and 11" x 14" large. This is a hand-aged print from my original drawing that depicts a Spanish Galleon that sailed the seas in the 17th Century. This design is intended to be a mate for the Compass Rose print in my collection. I soak each print in staining solutions, crumple them, iron them, tear edges, touch up, sign and shrink wrap on foam board. Prints are approximately 8"…
DANGER STRANGER™ on Instagram: “~ MOTHER OV PLAGUES ~ Happy Sinday doomsters!! On this unholy day I bring to you this new tasty piece of cotton. I just released it on both…”
6,560 Likes, 79 Comments - DANGER STRANGER™ (@danger_stranger_art) on Instagram: “~ MOTHER OV PLAGUES ~ Happy Sinday doomsters!! On this unholy day I bring to you this new tasty…”
Illustration, Serigraphs, Paintings, and Tiki Mugs
Derek Yaniger Creates Cool Retro Illustrations, Clip Art Images, Fine Art Paintings, Serigraphs, and Tiki Mugs Inspired by Cocktail Napkin Art of the 1950's.
"Japonism" Harper`s Bazaar Art Indonesia Illustration
Illustration for Harper`s Bazaar Art Indonesia - "JAPONISM" Fashion Spreadfirst issue // May 2015
Juxtapoz Magazine - Vintage Mermaid Art
A collection of vintage artworks featuring mermaids. From Halloween Sirens to wine-toting art nouveau mermaids, these hybrid sea-women have never fail...
Druck Kunst Leinwand Weihnachtsgeschenk abstrakte Zeichnung | Etsy
Na und? - Handsigniert Im Original vom Autor Empfohlen für Geschenk! Druck von Original Tinte Zeichnung und Mixed Media Collage Signiert vom Künstler AUTHOR OF ARTWORK: Emanuel M. Ologeanu (Europäischer Künstler, geboren 1982) Signiert und datiert auf der Rückseite Verfügbare Größe (Papier oder
Hawaiian Gardens San Jose c. 1938-1996
Yes, people seem surprised to discover that San Jose did indeed have a Polynesian-themed restaurant, complete with tropical libations aplenty and a South Seas ambiance. Actually, we had quite a few "tiki" restaurants but I'll stick to Hawaiian Gardens here. In 1933, rancher John Lo Curto opened an Italian restaurant in San Jose called Lo Curto Gardens. Around 1938, S. “Baron” Long became the restaurant’s owner/manager and the name was changed to the Hawaiian Gardens. The highly…