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An original design by Kii Arens, this Widespread Panic print commemorates a 2011 concert held at the venerable Fox Theatre in Oakland, California. This colorful limited-edition, handmade lithograph brings us right back to youth with the image of a bright plastic globe-turned-instrument. Because WSP makes the world sing.
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Handmade lithograph on 125-pound photo paper. Each print comes unframed and ships in a tube.
125 lb Poster Stock Paper
H 24” W 15.50”
You could say Kii Arens creates gig prints, but that’s like saying Jimi Hendrix played guitar. The prolific LA-based artist is the go-to guy for all of your favorite bands (seriously—all of them). Filled with Pop imagery and wild colors, Kii credits a childhood of Saturday mornings in a world of Sid and Marty Krofft (creators of HR Pufnstuf) as his greatest influence.