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Because some people just can’t have enough gun-related items in and around their home and office  . . .

Arizona-based Gun Art is proud to announce the expansion of its DEFENDING FREEDOM series. Our high-quality, firearm-related artwork is now available in classic, framed wall art, computer mats, and more.

Gun Art Laptop case

These are top-quality artistic representations of beloved firearms perfect for your man cave, office, meeting room, workstation, or…


Gun Art Florida shower curtain

There are two versions of each design, one with a more colorful state background and another that is more subdued.

Gun Art coasters

Artists at Gun Art include Dan Burr, Steven Noble, Ilya Avakov, Rashelle Stetman, Florian Nicolle, and Ricardo Lalinde. 

When it comes to the framed wall art, paintings are available in a number of sizes, including:

    • 12×18
    • 16×24
    • 20×30
    • 30×45
    • 40×60

There are an equal number of frame and material options; three (3) wood, two (2) metal:

    • Black Americana (wood)
    • Charcoal Reverse (wood)
    • Black Scoop (wood)
    • Black Flat (metal)
    • Dark Pewter (metal)

Current options for display include:

50 State Defending Freedom Gun Wall Art.

50 State Defending Freedom mouse pad/mat

50 State Defending Freedom mouse pad/mat custom shower curtains

50 State Defending Freedom sherpa blanket collection. 

50 State Defending Freedom 13- and 15-inch laptop sleeves.

50 State Defending Freedom 50 State Coaster Collection.

All this and more is online at Where Fine Art & the 2nd Amendment Meet!

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  1. Send one of the paintings to Joe Biden for a Christmas present….oh wait…they don’t have a painting on a cushioning floor mat for the times he falls down.

    • No, but I heard he has the Constitution printed on his Depends so he can shit on it all day every day.

      • My sister’s sister-in-law has a boyfriend who works at a Depends factory. He confirms the story about Obiden shitting on the constitution.

  2. Sorry, but I gotta ask…

    Are the artists mentioned doing 100% of the design and draw, or is AI part of the process?

    I work directly with people who are graphic artists by profession, and they’ve told me AI has quickly become an “indispensable” tool for them. One person told me only two weeks ago that his AI resource now does most of his job for him…he lets it do 90% of the work, and he puts his personal finishing touches on it before sending it out.

  3. Sorry, ugly. If I want weapons on my wall, I will mount real ones. Like the swords behind my desk at work and on the walls in my study at home. Not only are they decorative, they are useful in an emergency.

      • “Just so you don’t end up like that big raghead in the first Indiana Jones movie…”

  4. If you’re going to put a pic of a weapon on the wall make it an attractive one. Better yet, work it into a piece of art. Say something from Frederick Remington.

  5. At least these guys aren’t doing “artwork” like the giant Colt Python outside of the UN Building.

  6. “Artists at Gun Art include Dan Burr, Steven Noble, Ilya Avakov, Rashelle Stetman, Florian Nicolle, and Ricardo Lalinde.”


    No Grace Stevens?

    They get no money from me! 🙂

  7. All of my gunm art work is made from Pop Tarts. Now if the .giv could somehow give money to the Ants I’d be rich because I cant make them pop tart gunms fast enough.

  8. As a “you might also like” YouTube video after the Indiana Jones clip was perhaps the dumbest Knive / Gun fight video I have ever seen. Myth Busters.

    6:32 of non-stop lame. NOTHING about it makes sense. No basis in reality. Ready, set, go scenarios. Clearly a need to fill their show with content. Speed watch if you are bored.

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