It's French it's Dutch it's neither it's both. Euros for sweet cocktails on white sand beaches.
The contentious ownership of this island has been a long part of its development over the past 300 years. It started with Columbus' naming the 34 square km area for Spain. Then different people kept showing up and killing each other in circumstantial situations, finally landing at the split French-Dutch allocation. For a brief stint during the Napoleonic wars, Britain owned it, but that dissolved after only ten years, and it went right back to the assortment we have today.
These prints fit in an Ikea frame, but you'll need your own matting. We also suggest Frameusa.com, or even better: Your local framer!
Black on White
8"x8" Letterpress Print