t-strap studded ballet flats – We're very pleased to present "The Red Shoes" from artist Jasmine Becket-Griffith – direct from the artist (and her sister, hehe). And guess what? Jasmine has SIGNED the back of the print! She has autographed the backside of all of our prints here at Etsy. It is important to stress that the print is already signed on the BACK side of this print, by Jasmine herself. These prints are gorgeous! This particular print has a printed area of roughly 8"x10" or so (20.3cm x 25.4cm) on a sheet of glossy photo paper measuring 8.5"x11" (21.6cm x 27.9cm) in size, with an empty white border on all sides to aid in matting or framing (or you could just stick thumbnails or tacks in it like a poster!). We only use Canon Lucia inks to create professional lightfast images, on a nice glossy heavy photo paper stock. These are the same exact prints & packaging Jasmine has always used, and are created on her same printers, and of course signed by Jasmine herself. Even though these ship from Jasmine's Midwest location, we still use the same shipping & packing materials exactly how Matt always packs them up whether in Florida or Kansas City, so you can be assured that they should arrive safely.PLEASE NOTE: Jasmine has already autographed these prints individually on the BACK side of the paper. Since Jasmine usually lives in Florida most of the time when not at her KC studio, she is often 1200 miles away from Amber here at her Midwest location, so Jasmine is NOT able to add any additional messages or any other signatures than the one already on the back. But she has done us the favor of signing the backs of all of the prints whenever she is in town at least, thank goodness!About the Artist: Jasmine Becket-Griffith is a world-renowned fantasy artist. Her artwork has appeared in countless books, magazines and merchandising lines including Disney, the Bradford Exchange, the Hamilton Collection, Hot Topic, Ashton-Drake and more! Jasmine's original acrylic paintings can be found in collections throughout the world. If you have ever visited Disney World, you have no doubt seen her artwork at Downtown Disney's Pop Gallery, the physical "home" for Jasmine's artwork in Florida.About the Seller: Who is Strangeling here at Etsy? We are Jasmine Becket-Griffith (the artist of course) together with Jasmine's sister Amber! Previously we ran Jasmine's Etsy division as two separate stores – Jasmine with her prints in Florida under the Strangeling ID, and Amber creating Jasmine's jewelry, etc. under the StrangelingJewelry ID out of Kansas. With Jasmine's new secondary studio, storage & shipping location now open in Kansas City we decided it would be most economical (and easier for you guys!) to COMBINE our Etsy stores together under the Strangeling name and ship everything out of KC as it's in the middle of the country, of course. Amber & her husband Chris are the parents of of Jasmine's nephew Fox and niece Willow. If you've been to any of Jasmine's Midwest shows (and starting in 2013 the Kansas City Renaissance Festival), you probably have met Amber & Chris & family before =) Jasmine will be adding many new and exciting things here in the near future, so stay tuned and be sure to add us! If you have any questions for Amber or Jasmine, feel free to Convo us!***Copyright Information: All images and other content Copyright © by Jasmine Becket-Griffith. All rights reserved by artist. Buyer is not purchasing the rights to the image. Any and all publishing and reproduction rights are reserved solely by the artist. This image is not to be re-distributed, copied, imitated, or misappropriated in any way. If you are in any way unsure of the legal rights retained by the artist following the sale of the work, or are purchasing this artwork with the intention of re-selling this work you must be aware of the Visual Artists Rights Act. Thank you!***NOTE: The "Sample" copyright watermark is just for the scanned internet image. No text appears in the actual painting!
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