Bitter Southerner No. 7 Cocktail Print: "For Southern Summers"
"I started thinking, what would a displaced Southerner — now bitter because he or she is living up North — want to drink to remind them of home?” he says. “Maybe on the stoop of their fifth-story walk-up, as they try their hardest to pretend they’re sitting in a rocking chair on a spacious porch? I think they would go with something that reminds them of home: bourbon, sweet tea, mint, lemon."
We asked artist (and damned fine bartender) Krista Slater to paint images of all seven cocktails in the BS numbered series. Each print measures 8" x 10".
Hang it in your bar, or anywhere you enjoy a delicious drink.
- Each print is archival giclee on cold press paper (very similar in texture and weight to that which the originals were painted on).
- The quality of the ink and paper give the prints a fade-free age range of 100-200 years.
- The attention to detail in color-matching and quality of materials gives you a reproduction that is hard to discern from an original.
- Printed by the awesome ladies at Pixel & Ink Studio, a small business in Athens, Georgia.