Free Art Download: The Barber & The Boxer

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Free Art Download: The Barber & The Boxer
Every dog has his day.
Get a load of Fritz, a celebrity television boxer. This handsome guy is getting a shave from a barber in California around 1961. These days we know the important function of a pup's whiskers: They help them navigate their surroundings and alert them to danger in a sort of Spidey Sense kind of way. So don't try this at home.

Add this one next to your framed photo of the RAF fighter pilot getting a shave for a fun grooming set.

Click here to download
To download, click on the link above, then click on “File” and “Download”.

Follow the instructions on the Hemingway download post to have it printed for a dollar and set in a $5 frame from Wal-Mart. The file is sized to be printed to fit in a 11×14 frame. You'll need to print on ledger size paper, which is 11×17, then cut off the excess using the border I built in.

If you make one I’d love to see it!

Andrew is the founder and editor of Primer. He's a graduate of American University and currently lives in Los Angeles. Read more about Primer on our About page. On Instagram: @andrewsnavely and @primermagazine.

  • Judson M

    RAF Pilot link send you to the typewriter art page…

  • DTRaleigh17

    That dog is a boxer, not a bulldog. But still a cool picture.

    • Andrew

      You know…that’s what I thought too, but 4 other sources list it as a bulldog. But screw it, I’m going with boxer – it makes for a better title too.

  • Marcus

    I’ve got the Hemingway with the shotgun in my living room. I’m thinking this one will look great in my bathroom.

  • ColbyJH

    Finally got around to framing this bad boy!

    • Andrew

      That looks great there! Thanks for sharing.

      • ColbyJH

        Your free art series also inspired this guitar patent art. It is of a Fender Telecaster from 1951. I went with the enhanced black and white print from Staples and I think it turned out awesome!

  • bazz88

    this is the frame i got….i ordered it online and picked it up the next day.

    • ColbyJH

      Nice. I grabbed the last two frames at my local Walmart only to notice they were broken when I got to the register. So inspect them before you buy, friends!