Blue Eyes Lettering Art

Boats are often named after the ones we love, including Frank Sinatra and I happen to know there was some serious Sinatra blasting on the stereo aboard this vessel.

Blue bevel boat lettering and waves with silver leaf fill on “Eyes”
  • Everyone with blue eyes is related
    Between 6,000 and 10,000 years ago, a baby was born in Europe with a harmless genetic mutation. That little DNA blip was blue eye color, according to researchers at the University of Copenhagen.
  • Blue eyes aren’t actually blue
    The color of our eyes depends on how much melanin is present in the iris. Brown eyes have the highest amount of melanin in the iris, and blue eyes have the least.
  • You can’t predict if a child will have blue eyes
    Geneticists now know that as many as 16 different genes influence eye color to some degree — far from the one or two genes that were once believed to determine iris hue.
  • Blue eyes at birth doesn’t mean blue eyes for life
    Human eyes don’t have their full amount of melanin pigment at birth. This is why many babies are born with blue eyes, only to have their eye color change as their irises develop more melanin throughout early childhood.
  • Blue eyes come with a few risks
    Because blue eyes contain less melanin than most other eye colors, they may be more at risk of certain damage.
Marine graphics wave weaving through blue letter face with a silver outline and soft shadow.

This was of course a nick name for Sinatra, but there are a few tunes that may inspire…I have also included The Who’s – Behind Blue Eyes because sometimes its just one song that inspires a boat name.

Elton John’s Blue Eyes
Eric Clapton has a nice tune to sail along to.

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