George Rodrigue created his first Blue Dog Mardi Gras silkscreen in 1992. He designed the simple, strong image by hand, drawing the outlines for each color on a separate sheet of tracing paper to make the six-color print, and emphasizing the traditional Mardi Gras colors of purple (justice), gold (power), and green (faith). Rodrigue’s Mardi Gras prints continued to evolve over the next 20 years.
Learn the history of George Rodrigue’s Mardi Gras prints on Wendy Rodrigue’s Life and Legacy page.
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All prints sold directly by the Rodrigue Estate are also accompanied with a certificate of authenticity indicating the number of the print purchased from the estate.