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$33.00 USD
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• 1.25" thickness.

• Artist-grade, poly cotton blend canvas material.

• High-density wood fiberboard and a sturdy frame.

• Black closeout panel for added rigidity.

• Built-in hanging tab, ready to hang.

• No risk of damage like stretch canvas.

• UV coated and scratch resistant.

• Printed and manufactured in the USA.


• 300GSM thickness.

• Slight surface texture so it's not so plain.

• More affordable than canvas, but without any sacrifice in print quality.

• Printed and manufactured in the USA.

Printed product does not have a watermark.


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Estimated production time: 2-5 days.

Estimated shipping time (domestic): 5-12 business days.

Estimated shipping time (international): 21 business days or more.

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Nicknamed “The Jug” by many, the P-47 Thunderbolt was quite the heavy fighter plane. It was powered by the same powerplant as the F4U Corsair, a Pratt & Whitney 2800 model. In the Thunderbolt, it pushed 2,000 horses, with a maximum speed of over 400 mph (686 km/h). The Jug was one heavy bird that could push through the air with thundering ferocity.

Artist's comment: Thunderbolts seem to be a popular warbird for graphics. I have seen them with checkered patterns, diamond patterns, strips, dots, you name it. And, the front end is not entirely cylindrical, which made for an interesting artwork to render. They also had one too many propeller blades for my comfort, but the symmetry made up for it.