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Paul Simonon Of The Clash

Greeting Card by Dustin Spagnola

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$4.95 / Card

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$10.95 / Card

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$21.50 / Card

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About Greeting Cards

Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 110 lb. paper stock.


Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish.


The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with a text message up to 500 characters in length.


The artist's name and the name of the image is printed on the back of each card along with the Fine Art America logo.


Cards can be ordered in a horizontal or vertical configuration.


Cards can be ordered with a white background or black background.


All greeting cards ship within one business day of the order date!


Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing and gift giving.

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About the Artist

Dustin Spagnola

With an art degree from Warren Wilson College and a reverence for aesthetics, Dustin Spagnola once found inspiration in places most people never notice. His earlier works, re-creating the decay of old buildings, were heavily textured with plaster, acrylic and spray paints, and peppered with street art. The depictions of crumbling urban walls were displayed in galleries among high art. Though according to Spagnola, they “weren’t saying anything new.” Since then, his work has shifted from abstract expressionism to representational art with a new message that both popularizes and memorializes some of America’s marginalized heroes. The change came when a friend challenged him to showcase humanity’s positive truths, he turned to an image that...