On Feb. 7, 2010, New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees led his team to a 31-17 win over the Indianapolis Colts in Super Bowl XLIV, marking the Saints' first-ever Super Bowl title. The underdog victory inspired GoodBiz113 profilee George Rodrigue ["Louisiana Artist Brings Post-Katrina [Blue Dog] Relief to New Orleans"] to add yet another masterpiece to his growing collection of "Blue Dog" works.
This morning, Rodrigue, an internationally renowned artist, author, social entrepreneur and philanthropist, released his original 5,000-print silkscreen -- aptly titled "Ain't Dat Super" -- that's available online and for a limited time. Each silkscreen print is signed and numbered, measures 35 x 28 inches [image size: 31 x 24], and is priced at $500 unframed.
To order your very own commemorative "Ain't Dat Super" silkscreen, go to: http://bit.ly/AintDatSuper. Prints will be ready for shipment March 24.
A portion of the proceeds from sales of this print will benefit the George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts [GRFA], a nonprofit organization that advocates the importance of the visual arts in childhood education. For information about the far-reaching GRFA, please visit: http://bit.ly/RodrigueFoundation.
SOURCE: Rodrigue Studio
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