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  • Chad Powell

    A favorite designer of mine... Jon Contino.

  • Kristine Martin

    "She came at once unto him and gave him her white hand, saying "I have waited long my dear, to welcome you to land. Go to your ship and tell them, you'll leave them all for me, for you're married to a mermaid at the bottom of the deep blue sea." Various Work - Jon Contino

  • Jessika McCune

    cute. i really like original art pieces.

  • Jackie Vest

    #anchor #quote #artwork

  • Whitney Blake

    "For youre married to a mermaid, at the bottom of the deep blue sea" <3 old nautical sailor quote

  • Tash

    John Contino Sailor Poem typography.

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