Octoberfest 2011 Poster Design featuring the the steamed Blue Crab and a dark beer
Das einzig Wahre, translates in English as "the real deal"
Trink Brudereim Trink, translates in English as "Drink Brother Drink" and is a popular song in German Pubs as they lock arms and swing(or sway) side to side.
Reinheitsgebot, translates in English as the (Beer) Purity Law. It refers to a decree issued by the Bavarian Duke Wilhelm IV on April 23, 1516, during a meeting of the Assembly of Estates, at Ingolstadt, north of Munich. The original text says that “We wish…forthwith that…in all our towns and markets and in the countryside no other items be used for beer than barley, hops, and water.”
FRAMING AND STRETCHING OPTIONS: Most paper print sizes will fit in standard store-bought frames unless they are a unique size(such as limited editions). Smaller prints ship flat while larger prints and canvases are shipped in a tube for safe delivery. Contact your local framer to stretch and mount your purchased canvas. Canvases are printed with an extra 2 inches on all 4 sides to allow for a “gallery wrap” style for a frame-less presentation. Sizes not listed are unavailable for this art. Artwork sold here will be hand signed by the artist.
*36x54 inch stretched canvas gallery wraps are for local Annapolis pickup only
*48x72 inch stretched canvas gallery wraps are for local Annapolis pickup only