"I am but mad north-north-west. When the wind is southerly, I know a hawk from a handsaw." - William Shakespeare
Hamlet tosses this little mic-drop to Rosencrantz and Guildenstern in Act II, Scene ii of his eponymous play. We know that he's messing with them, but we got to wondering: what the heck does the world look like when the wind is north-north-west?
The illustration points the way toward this unfortunate outcome, where the sane go barking mad, and the sky is filled with dreaded hawk-saws.
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• 11x14 inch art print with white border
• Premium, fine art paper made in New York
• Elegant eggshell finish
• Ships in a a rigid, flat mailer. No need to unroll!
• Fits into standard 11x14 frames (or a 16x20 frame matted to 11x14)