Keith P. Rein // The P is for Penis

Mr. New York

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Mr. New York

from 15.00

One thing this babe doesn't have, is the New York attitude, Jesse is one of the nicest and thoughtful people i know. Currently living in Canada, the barrel Jesse sits in pays homage to the women & men who daringly plunged down Niagara Falls. An "I heart NY" sticker rests on front and the barrel is branded with the New York Yankees logo. A chess piece sits atop the barrel referencing the first American Chess Tournament which was held in NY. In 1915, for the first time ever, a 3D film was shown for a paying audience, at the Astor Theater. Everyone knows that NY is ubiquitous with pizza, even if it isn't your favorite style - you know - but did you know in 1895, Lombardi opened the first US pizzeria?

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The 50 babes Project is a new series capturing beautiful babes (men & women) from each state. It is my love letter to the vintage postcards we all know and love.

printed with a border, by the artist in Fort Collins, CO on thick watercolor paper using archival inks.  signed, titled, and numbered (open editions are not numbered). "P" mark will not appear on your print. wood panels are ready to hang (pictured).

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One thing this babe doesn't have, is the New York attitude, Jesse is one of the nicest and thoughtful people i know. Currently living in Canada, the barrel Jesse sits in pays homage to the women & men who daringly plunged down Niagara Falls. An "I heart NY" sticker rests on front and the barrel is branded with the New York Yankees logo. A chess piece sits atop the barrel referencing the first American Chess Tournament which was held in NY. In 1915, for the first time ever, a 3D film was shown for a paying audience, at the Astor Theater. Everyone knows that NY is ubiquitous with pizza, even if it isn't your favorite style - you know - but did you know in 1895, Lombardi opened the first US pizzeria?

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The 50 babes Project is a new series capturing beautiful babes (men & women) from each state. It is my love letter to the vintage postcards we all know and love.

printed with a border, by the artist in Fort Collins, CO on thick watercolor paper using archival inks.  signed, titled, and numbered (open editions are not numbered). "P" mark will not appear on your print. wood panels are ready to hang (pictured).