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Drywell Art Meat and Cocktails Prints

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There are few things we love as much as meat and cocktails. At times we even love them combined (see here). That’s why we’re liking these fun and quirky illustrations from Alyson Thomas. Her charcoal, water color and ink works of art put a playful spin on cuts of meat, classic cocktails and even some pizza as well. There’s a touch of humor in a lot of them (one is for a cocktail made from bourbon and an empty glass and another is titled “Just the Tri Tip”) and others simply depict how to craft certain mixed drinks. Now who has some Maker’s Mark and a rib eye we can enjoy while we put them up?

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