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F@#! Luck
  • F@#! Luck

    Originally this was a gift and tattoo idea for a friend, but it took a life of its own putting a spin on lucky charms. This piece embodies my opinion that luck doesn't bring success its the work, determination, and passion put into it. A little luck doesn't hurt, but lets be real.   


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    - Printed on acid-free, bright white paper

    - Dimensions: 5.5" W x 8"L


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    • Art History

      The history behind the lucky cat manek-neko, meaning "beckoning cat" originates from Japan, first appearing during the Edo Period (1603-1868). One of many folktales depicts a "struggling shop owner that takes in a stray cat despite barely having enough to feed himself. In gratitude, the cat sits in the front of the store beckoning customers, thus bringing prosperity as a reward to the charitable proprietor. Resulting in "beckoning cat" becoming a symbol of good luck for small business owners."


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