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One of the greatest musicians alive, Bruce Springsteen, an acclaimed musician, earned the moniker "the Boss" as he undertook the responsibility of collecting his band's earnings each night and fairly distributing them among his fellow bandmates. The nickname is said to have originated from lively Monopoly games that Springsteen used to engage in with fellow musicians from the Jersey Shore. Inspired by the vibrant spirit of the signage, I aimed to craft a minimalist image that would truly captivate.


By printing it on Museum pro canvas without any glass covering, the image gains an enhanced visual impact, allowing it to truly stand out.


These images hold significant personal value to me, and you desire to have them as limited-edition pieces. Creating limited editions adds an element of exclusivity and uniqueness to the photographs, making them even more special.

Framed canvas print. No glass. Can be shipped unframed.


Art size: 34” x 44” x 1.5”. Canvas fine art print . Black float frame with no glass.


Limited edition of 10. 

More art from Wayne Fisher.


Type: Limited Edition
Shape: Rectangle
Orientation: Vertical
Style: Abstract, Photography, Black And White
Colour: Black, White

Texture: (0 - None to 5 - Heavy) : 0

Shipping Details: We ship worldwide. Shipping charges are extra, starting at ONE CENT. For destinations in common mainland Canada and USA for small artworks up to 800 square inches (for example up to 20" x 40" or 26" x 30") the cost is only ONE CENT (wahoo!). For all other destinations and artworks larger than 800 square inches the shipping charges are calculated in the shopping cart once you have provided your address. For detailed shipping information, click here or feel free to contact us directly here.

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