“Nola Potholes” print



If you have ever driven on New Orleans streets, then you know that potholes are as much of the culture as Mardi Gras, voodoo dolls and hot sauce! “When I was a kid I use to think that all streets in the world had potholes.” Soft land and powerful oak trees roots are the perfect mix for giving birth to the infamous potholes of Nola! —Also, I added my dog “Jango” at the top of this piece.
Print measures 26″ x 13.5 (29″ x 15.5′ with white border)

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