"Anne's Franks - ALWAYS KOSHER"
May 2009

Here's a painting of an advertisement for a fictional business called Anne's Franks. This company was started by a New York businessman with his ear to the ground. He thought he could capitalize on the success of the best selling book The Diary Of Anne Frank, but he was wrong, people were very mad and got very offended! Later he started an ice cream shop called The Dairy Of Anne Frank but that shop too was deemed a failure. He because a CPA instead because that's a solid way to make some serious money.

Dimensions: 16"x16"
Catalog #2206
$150 (Shipping included!)
Medium: Acrylic on wood

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