Have you ever been to the Austrian countryside, spent days painting in the sunshine while laboring away near a tiny village whose residents sometimes bring fresh strawberries and hot tea? Anger is a delightful town whose name is a miracle of language dichotomy. This design was originally created as a mural for columns of a bridge that leads into town. It was made in tribute to Anger's natural beauty, it's friendly citizens, and it's lovely architecture. Now, you can wear the mural on your body!
The town apparently likes my artwork because the bridge is now named "Ellingsonbrücke" and they keep inviting me back to paint stuff.
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