Spilled Salt Superstition
Superstitions about salt date back to the old days when salt was a highly prized commodity. It was expensive, crucial in preserving food, and was often used in lieu of currency. So spilling salt was considered an almost sacrilegious offence, and left one perilously exposed to the devil's machinations. Another explanation is that some chucklehead spilled salt at the Last Supper. Thanks dude.
This is a giclee print of an original illustration. It was created in a style reminiscent of iconic children's book illustrators popular in the 1950's. It measures 11″x14″ and the image has been sized to fit beautifully into a standard mat or frame. This design has been printed on 100% cotton, acid-free heavyweight fine art paper with archival pigment inks.
This print is part of a series. They look fantastic when displayed together.
PRINT COLORS VS DISPLAY COLORS
We’ve done our best to represent the colors as accurately as possible, but they may be *slightly* different than what you see on your screen. The print you receive is exactly the color we intended.