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Designs By Nytom Flash Sale Ends October 14th

Sequim, Washington, 29th September 2020, ZEXPRWIRE, The Designs By Nytom flash sale is live at Designsbynytom with 50% off all prints. The sale ends October 14th at midnight. Designs By Nytom are Native American giclee’ prints, many with bright colors that pop and integrated designs created by John Goodwin Nytom. These Native art prints are designed, vectored and printed by Nytom, which ensures his design, color and size have artistic integrity.

Nytom is a Makah Tribal member, and was raised in the community of Neah Bay. His strong sense of family includes extensive historical knowledge of Makah songs, dances, ceremonies, and rituals. A sense of family helps Nytom understand how the families of Neah Bay came to be and allow him to trace his connections with other First Peoples of the coast. His full biography can be found at https://designsbynytom.com/bio-john-goodwin-nytom/.

Nytom’s prints are created on the highest quality paper, Somerset Velvet. Each print is created by order only, and is shipped flat on an acid-free matboard with an acid-free sleeve. Nytom prides himself on his artwork arriving in beautiful, pristine condition. To order your own prints and take advantage of this Designs By Nytom flash sale, visit http://www.designsbynytom.com today.

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