About the Design
The Hippocampus is not your average Sea Horse, it is a Mer-Horse!
Hippocampus comes from both Phoenician and Greek mythology, although their name is purely Greek.
The creature was said to have the head and front legs of a horse and the tail & hindquarter of a serpent or a fish, a curious creature indeed.
The chariot of Poseidon was drawn by a Hippocampus. Other gods of the sea are often shown or riding on these animals.
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|Mounted Aluminum Print|
|These 1/16" thick aluminum prints are sleek and lightweight while also durable, they are water and bend-resistant. Created with dye-sublimation technology, the image is heat-transferred onto aluminum, resulting in photolab quality prints with super crisp colors.|
|Ships with a ready-to-hang wire or saw-tooth hook on the back.|