YpsiLandmarks Skulls: A tribute to the Tucker 48

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David Leftwich is not an Ypsilanti resident, but his daughter is! He wanted to get involved in this project and learn more about the city in the process, so he created not one…not two… but TWELVE individually painted “YpsiLandmark” skulls based on local landmarks, history, and academics.
This design is inspired by Preston Tucker, and the Tucker 48’s history in Ypsilanti. The work features a hand-painted Tucker ‘Symbol of Safety’ emblem.

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MATERIALS Paper, Gouache, Clearcoat protectant.

ABOUT THE ARTIST David is an artist based in Tennessee, he is known for his intricately painted rocks and creative reuse of pallet wood.

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Weight 2 oz
Dimensions 4 × 4 × 4 in

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