Spinal Tap


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11x17 semi glossed print, hand signed and numbered __/15

People like to think that indigenous tribes were these primitive flea bitten savages scratching rocks. We had a way to get things done, and these ways were taught to us from a higher power. 
When hunting buffalo, we had broad heads on our arrows, that way we could penetrate its thick hide and muscle when shot. We would ride along its side and aim for the hump. Successfully hitting it would result in severing the spinal cord, instantly dropping our kill.

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