Green Scooter Art

New! Green Scooter Art

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Vintage Vespa lovers will flip for this happy trio of scooters, graphically placed against bright gelato-colored backdrops. Blue, Yellow or Green vehicle prints have simple white frames and arrive ready to hang singly or grouped together.
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Printed on matte paper with matte white frame.

Dust with a soft cloth. Do not use water or cleaners.

32"L x 32"; Frame: 1.5" x 1.13"

Made in the USA.

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