What better message to display in your little one's nursery than, "Be Brave and Have Courage." This adorable print is one of the latest in our Genius Series collection of digitally downloadable prints. Featuring the themese from our new, bold Genius Series print, Equiano, the heroic knight is facing the dragon and ready to win the battle.
When you purchase this item, you will receive 1 PDF file containing 1 hi-res, 18"x24" page.
- Exclusive Genius Series Art Print
- Includes (1) 18 x 24 inch poster print
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Named after a courageous abolitionist and author, Equiano is full of bravery and strength. The bold blend of Dazzle, Grasshopper, Hummingbird and Mirror come together to build the heroic story of a knight slaying a dragon. Fierce, daring and fun, this bold print is sure to have your little one ready to win the battle.
Olaudah Equiano 1745 - 1797
Bravery. Courage. Strength. Olaudah Equiano embodied all these traits and more as a kidnapped African prince, forced into slavery. He survived many years of oppression as a slave at sea, but through his relentless hard work and inspiring strength, Equiano endured and persevered until he finally reclaimed his freedom. He later wrote his autobiography, recounting his imprisonment and revealing the horrors of slavery to the world. His brilliance and strength to speak the truth soon became a catalyst in passing the Slave Trade Act of 1807. Equiano’s courage to fight for what he believed in - against all odds - was the inspiration for this print. We are proud and honored to welcome this heroic print into the Hall of Genius.