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Sartre always got it right, from the profound to the prosaic. Especially when he wrote, “Three o'clock is always too late or too early for anything you want to do." This original illustration by Evan Robertson features a deconstructed automatic pocket watch, having been thoroughly ruined by three o' clock. This giclée print is made with high-density archival pigment on fine art paper.
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Print is unframed. This artwork is not endorsed or affiliated with Jean-Paul Sartre.
190gsm Archival Paper
White, Black, Gray
W 13” H 19”
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