This original painting celebrates the great vintage tattoo designs of the 1930s through 1950s, focusing mainly on the work of Sailor Jerry from Honolulu. It features an airmen holding on tight to the bomb dropping down. It is hand painted on a wood panel, then given a weathering treatment to give it that aged, vintage look. It looks like it could have been hanging in his tattoo shop since the 1940s!
This painting is made to order, so please allow 2 weeks for completion.
It measures 9"x17" including the aged wood frame and comes with wire on the back for your hanging pleasure. Like most of our wood items, these are made of recycled lumber yard cut-offs, meaning eco-friendly artwork for your walls. Because each of these is hand painted, no two are alike!!
Hand made on Taboo Island, USA.