This print is part of series by artist Tracey Sims is titled "Messy Minimalist," and features digital illustrations that capture the spirit of history's most iconic music artists. A cool, stylish way to bring your love of film onto your walls. Perfect for dorm rooms, bedrooms, home offices, cubicles, living rooms, bathrooms, or game rooms.
"Watch out, the world's behind you," sang Nico in the classic Velvet Underground track "Sunday Morning." The opening track on their 1967 debut album The Velvet Underground & Nico, the theme of this dreamy song was suggested by the artist Andy Warhol, who reportedly said, "Why don't you just make it a song about paranoia?" It was Warhol whose art graces the cover of the album, and who inspired this hand-drawn tribute to the classic banana silkscreen.
Professionally printed with commercial-grade inks on Archival Matte Fine Art Paper in store-bought frame-ready sizes:
Custom sizes available on request for a small additional charge, including UK/Metric sizing. Send us a message!
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Due to variations in monitors, computer hardware, and settings, the original piece may differ from the preview on your screen. Sample images do not necessarily correspond to the original size of the painting. Any decorative elements in the photos are for supportive product display only and are not included. These are printed and shipped via third party. Please contact us via Etsy messenger if there are any issues with your order.
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