Stevie Wonder • Superstition Print
Part of Stevie’s peerless run of classic tunes from the early 70s, Superstition was written with crossover success firmly in mind. It was originally intended for Jeff Beck as a thank you for the guitarist’s help on the Talking Book album, but when Motown heard it they released Wonder’s version as a single.
Everyone has a favorite song and now you can show the score as printed staff. The personal favorite song sheet print shows the song chosen as the score.
Whether it's a happy memory song from when you were younger or the song you keep repeating all day, it would make a great gift for the person you admire and are close to you. It is an ideal gift for a music lover or musician.
Would you like to customize your own song by your favorite artist? Just write us, and we will make your dreams sound!
- Your artwork will be printed on gallery quality Epson Archival Matte paper. We find this paper gives smooth and solid colours and crisp edging to the fonts. Perfect for our bold and clean style of art. The paper is very smooth, with hardly any texture.
- Prints are 300dpi in resolution. This ensures very crisp lettering and bright, vivid colours. Your print will be fade resistant for a very long time, provided you keep it out of direct sunlight.
- Prints will be sent FLAT in a cellophane packet and placed inside a hard cardboard mailing envelope or carefully rolled in a cellophane packet with acid-free tissue paper and posted out in a poster tube.