Molon Labe Spartan skulls with helmets
Molon labe (Ancient Greek: μολὼν λαβέ, romanized: molṑn labé), meaning ‘come and take them’, is a classical expression of defiance. It is among the Laconic phrases reported by Plutarch, attributed to King Leonidas I in reply to the demand by Xerxes I that the Spartans surrender their weapons. The exchange between Leonidas and Xerxes occurs in writing, on the eve of the Battle of Thermopylae (480 BC).Source:Wikipedia.
Another version of the same artwork. The customer wanted to add dark outer shield to separate the artwork from the background he wanted to print the artwork on.