Canvas Print

End of the Rainbow

by Anna-Maria Jung

Fine art print on bright white, fine poly-cotton blend, matte canvas using latest generation Epson archival inks. Individually trimmed and hand stretched museum wrap over 1-1/2" deep wood stretcher bars. Includes wall hanging hardware.


A collaboration with the great Frickinawesome (Evan Ferstenfeld) -
his text about this: It’s an un-lookup-able fact that rainbows made their first appearance over the sunny skies of Ireland. Only a few faint hues were observed at first, but before long an entire spectrum of color was blooming skyward. Soon after and with increasing velocity around the world, rainbows started popping up like nature's laser light show in ever more impressive and power-efficient ways. Yup, that’s just the Leprechauns continuing to refine what might be history’s first case of global franchising. In order to not arouse suspicion of their experimental mining empires, they let humans believe they are a weak and skittish bunch, “just a bit lucky”. And the Leprechauns laughed. Thick, gold-lung encrusted laughs.

A Queenmob and Frickinawesome expose on the REAL reason for why double rainbows exist...more colors, more profit!

illustration humor childrens