if we all wore crowns...
if we all wore crowns...
if we all wore crowns...

if we all wore crowns...

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They are a symbol of royalty, of rulers since ancient times, of those who have led countries and armies, whose words go undisputed.

With such power comes great weight.

 As Shakespeare wrote, "Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown".

A king lies awake before battle, dreaming to be someone else without the heaviness of his commands.

But isn't that what fills the history books?  Those who bore the weight of their crown?  Good or bad, victorious or defeated, their decisions will be remembered.

What if we all wore crowns?  What if we all had the authority to command armies?

I think we do.

As Thomas Paine once said, "We have it in our power to change the world over".

It's our decision to wear a crown or not.  It takes courage.  

The crown demands conviction.

What do we believe in? 

What's close to our heart? 

Do we bear the weight?  Or do we sleep? ❤️   


This collection is meant to be nestled on a bookshelf beside your favorite novel, lounging on a mantle,  tucked by your bedside, gathered amongst others on a wall, or sleeping in a quiet nook. Place them where your eye will catch them daily, whether it's a glance, a gaze, or a wink. I want you to be reminded daily of their message...

We all have the power to make a change in this world, it's whether we choose to or not.  It's much easier to sleep than bear the weight of our crown.❤️






6 x 6" inches (15.24cm x 15.24cm) - a subtle glance

8 x 8" inches (20.32cm x 20.32cm) - a lingered gaze

10 x 10" inches (25.4cm x 25.4cm) - "Here's looking at you kid" wink

 These sizes do not include the .39 in (1 cm) white border.


Please allow up to two weeks from your order date for your print to arrive as it will be printed especially for you. Because of current Covid circumstances, there may be some delays in printing and delivery.

Fine art prints are printed on-demand onto Hahnemühle Photo Rag. 100% Cotton, white and matte 308g/m².

The fine art photography lab uses Epson UltraChrome Pro pigments.

Hahnemühle Photo Rag is always produced with at least .39 in. (1cm) of the white border to ensure accurate cutting edges.

Any film grain and blur are intentional.