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Mark Twain Wall Art, Home Office Decor
A funny wall quote minimalist poster from a Mark Twain saying in black and white. “Never put off till tomorrow what may be done day after tomorrow just as well.” The classic typewriter style font gives this print a timeless feel and the minimalist black and white means that it is suitable and matches with any decor and could be hung in any room in the home.
MEDIUM: Fine art print (unframed)
SIZE: Please choose from drop down menu
PAPER: Kodak Professional Endura Premier Lustre paper
Choose either black with white writing or white with black writing.
About your print:
Printed on Kodak Professional Endura Premier Lustre paper with a lustre finish that is closely related to Matte with a slight sheen.
It has an archival life of 100+ years.
It arrives unmatted and unframed.
Please feel free to contact me should you have any questions regarding your order - email@example.com
This listing is for the print only, your item will be unframed.
**I ship from the UK & USA for faster delivery and cheaper postage!**
PLEASE NOTE: ALL ITEMS PURCHASED WHILE ON SALE ARE NON RETURNABLE OR REFUNDABLE - DAMAGED ITEMS WILL BE REPLACED AS PER OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS.
Use the code "DESCRIPTION15" to receive 15% off your order of unframed prints.
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