Two new prints from my "Secrets" series, where each design uses 13 different symbols. The Hamsa hand is an ancient Arabic and Hebrew symbol used as a ward against the evil eye. The Sugar skull comes from the Mexican tradition Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead) and are typically edibles created with sugar or clay.
These museum grade 10x8 giclee prints are printed on Somerset Museum Rag Paper stock,300 gsm, 100% Cotton Paper, Mould Made, PH Neutral, Acid-Lignin and Chlorine Free to ensure longevity.
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