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Money Banksy Style (Abraham Lincoln) Contemporary Abstract Wall Art Canvas "Mug Shot Money (Abraham Lincoln)" by IKONICK
Money Banksy Style (Abraham Lincoln) Contemporary Abstract Wall Art Canvas "Mug Shot Money (Abraham Lincoln)" by IKONICK
Money Banksy Style (Abraham Lincoln) Contemporary Abstract Wall Art Canvas "Mug Shot Money (Abraham Lincoln)" by IKONICK
Money Banksy Style (Abraham Lincoln) Contemporary Abstract Wall Art Canvas "Mug Shot Money (Abraham Lincoln)" by IKONICK
Money Banksy Style (Abraham Lincoln) Contemporary Abstract Wall Art Canvas "Mug Shot Money (Abraham Lincoln)" by IKONICK
Mug Shot Money ( Abraham Lincoln )
Mug Shot Money ( Abraham Lincoln )
Mug Shot Money ( Abraham Lincoln )
Mug Shot Money ( Abraham Lincoln )

Mug Shot Money ( Abraham Lincoln )

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"Mug Shot Money (Abraham Lincoln)" Canvas Art by IKONICK.

Motivational Mugshot of the iconic Abraham Lincoln! Lincoln was the epitome of failing his way to success. Below are some moments in his life that drove him to become one of the most influential figures in history. A perfect piece to remind you to keep hustling!

  • 1816: His family was forced out of their home. He had to work to support them.
  • 1818: His mother died.
  • 1831: Failed in business.
  • 1832: Ran for state legislature – lost.
  • 1832: Also lost his job – wanted to go to law school but couldn’t get in.
  • 1833: Borrowed some money from a friend to begin a business and by the end of the year he was bankrupt. He spent the next 17 years of his life paying off this debt.
  • 1834: Ran for state legislature again – won.
  • 1835: Was engaged to be married, sweetheart died and his heart was broken.
  • 1836: Had a total nervous breakdown and was in bed for six months.
  • 1838: Sought to become speaker of the state legislature – defeated.
  • 1840: Sought to become elector – defeated.
  • 1843: Ran for Congress – lost.
  • 1846: Ran for Congress again – this time he won – went to Washington and did a good job.
  • 1848: Ran for re-election to Congress – lost.
  • 1849 Sought the job of land officer in his home state – rejected.
  • 1854: Ran for Senate of the United States – lost.
  • 1856: Sought the Vice-Presidential nomination at his party’s national convention – got less than 100 votes.
  • 1858: Ran for U.S. Senate again – again he lost.
  • 1860: Elected president of the United States.
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ECO-Friendly & High Resolution

  • UL ECOLOGO & UL GREENGUARD GOLD certified 1 Water-based HP latex Inks
  • Acid Free, Archival Quality Giclée Print Process
  • Industry-Recognized standard for High-Quality Canvas Art

Vibrant, Damage Resistant Canvas

  • 100% Polyester with matte finished wrap
  • Fade, Tear, Water, Scratch, and Warp Resistant

Durable Frames

  • Eco-Friendly MDF Composite Wood Frames
  • 100% Real Pine for Large Size Canvases (i.e. 60x30, 40x60)
  • Finger Jointed Reinforced Frames

Easy-to-Hang

  • All Canvas Art arrive w/ Sawtooth Hanger
  • Just Unwrap and Hang right out of the box

Handmade in the USA

  • Quality-assured with carefully sourced materials
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