All the Cowboy Boots in Texas

Celebrate love in the Lone Star State with an overlapping parade of cow-boots.

$130.00 - 185.00

James Gulliver Hancock created by

James Gulliver Hancock

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These Boots Were Made for Framing.

Obsession manifests itself in various ways. For James Gulliver Hancock, it takes the form of a virtual road trip across the United States, where the artist happily examines, characterizes and delights in the quirkiest qualities of a particular locale. The Australian-born artist represents prominent cities from coast to coast by drawing an object that he felt typified a city or state and pulled his attention in each place.

Even a city slicker won't be able to resist this print. James personifies the Lone Star State with an overlapping parade of cow-boots, of all sizes, shapes and patterns. A fun way to relive a trip or to spur the memory your old stomping grounds, this hand-pulled one-color silkscreen on RFK Rives paper brings the spirit of Texas to your very own home. Handmade in Brooklyn.

Check out more of James' fun prints:
All the Taxis in New York
All the Lobsters in Maine
All the Guitars in Tennessee



Visit our blog for our interview with James Gulliver Hancock!

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James Gulliver Hancock

created by

James Gulliver Hancock

location

New York

James Gulliver Hancock is an Australian born Artist working out of studios in Brooklyn, NY, and Sydney, Australia. He is interested in obsession and recording places he has been around the world. James has to draw every day for fear he may not be able to draw everything he sees around him. His whimsical visions are nostalgic and delightful.

Visit our blog for our interview with James Gulliver Hancock!

Only at UncommonGoods Handmade Made in the USA
Made from
french paper, acid free matboard, plexi-glass, ink, BonanzaWood®
Measurements
Unframed: 25" H x 19" W; Framed: 28" H x 21" W
Ingredients
Care
All art on paper should be protected from moisture and from prolonged, direct sunlight.
Notes
Keep out of prolonged direct sunlight. Framed in Oregon. Also available unframed.
Item ID
22089

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Perfect reminder of our Texas roots!

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My daughter moved to Dallas and recently purchased a home.I sent this as a house warming present. She absolutely loves it!

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It was just how it looked on line so very pleased.

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texans LOVE this!

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Perfect! Just as expected!

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This is a great gift for my Texas son- in-law

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I LOVE this piece!

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I can't wait to give this to my husband for Father's Day. It's going to make for the perfect gift! I love the whimsy and simplicity of the picture. It takes you right to TX without the flight :)

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