Alabama football stadium with elephant 11"x17" pen and ink print from hand-drawn original
Alabama football stadium with elephant 11''x17'' pen and ink print from hand-drawn original by Campus Scenes at Tecac. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Limited Edition pen and ink print from hand-drawn original of the Alabama football stadium in Tuscaloosa with a larger than life elephant protecting his ''turf''. The elephant is hand-colored with colored pencils on each print, (so each original may vary slightly from the one shown). This is from a limited-edition series of only 250 prints and is signed and numbered. Your purchase includes print, foam-core backing, and about-the-artist flyer within an acid-free packaging..
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