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d'ART ID#: 129532
Length: 12.00 in (30.48 cm)
Height: 11.20 in (28.45 cm)
Depth: 0.00 in (0.00 cm)
Framed: N
Year Created: 2007
Media Types:
Photography
Style & Subject:
Architecture , Biblical , Political
Submitted by Samfoto
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Sam Smith
'In 'G' We Trust?'
Sam Smith
Photography - US $125.00

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'In 'G' We Trust?': Just prior to his moving to the podium to make his 'Trust Me' speech, it was observed that G W Bush was gazing at the back of a piece of paper currency and muttering 'my name begins with a G…that's close enough!' Then quickly adding the 'Trust Me' line to his talking points of the speech he would deliver just moments from then. A perfectly believable scenario that reflect the unprecedented level of arrogance within this administration.

All materials, techniques and pigments used in producing this print are archivally in line with museum protocols. Print is frontally titled and signed with copyright. Should you wish a different size or possibly a Giclee print (printed on a heavy watercolor paper substrate such as Arches) we may come to a reasonable pricing agreement. All measurments are from the image edges and do not include the generous griping border. Each print also include instructions for care and if followed will extend print-life so as to provide 100+ years of viewing pleasure. Buyer will pick-up actual shipping and insurance. By your purchase of this work you agree to abide by all copyright statutes as pertain to this work.

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