This aluminum print features the Holy Name Emblem. St. Bernardine of Siena came up with the "IHS" monogram in the 15th century, and spread cards with the image on it. During the plague, he encouraged people to put it on, or over their doors, spreading devotion to the Holy Name, and inspiring the people to trust and rely upon God in their time of crisis.
This embellished IHS monogram is surrounded by the name of God in Hebrew ("I AM WHO AM"), symbols for Mary, St. Joseph, the Papacy, the Holy Rosary, and various verses from scripture.
Aluminum Prints can be framed for indoor use or mounted outdoors using commercial adhesive. They are printed, cut, and assembled by hand in Steubenville, Ohio. They are printed directly on 1/8 inch thick Aluminum Composite Material (ACM), typically used in the signage industry. These plates are UV-resistant, guaranteed for 3-5 years of perfect image fidelity with minimal fading.