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$66.00 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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The Republic P-47 Thunderbolt reminded people of milk jugs back in the day. Though, historians seem to insist it is short for “juggernaut”. The P-47 has a nose and fuselage that resembles a milk jug (of the 1940’s variety), and they were among the heaviest fighter planes of the time. They were like a fist in the air, punching through with heavy ferocity, and able to pack quite the payload. Or perhaps another analogy: the Jug flies like a heavyweight wrestler with wings, shouting, “Wooh! I’m comin’ for ya!”

Artist's comment: Warbirds are fun, but there are oh so many ways to go about representing them. They are a sizzlin' hot subject for many aviation artists. Rendering a warbird is quite the extensive process, as they have so much array of detail than a typical airliner. This was quite the daunting artwork, but it sure won't be the last warbird piece I ever create.