Because people's first words are usually just stupid, barely intelligible versions of "dadda", celebrate their last ones instead, with DWITT. Drawn by a local comic artist who apparently ran out of new "have you ever noticed?" material, these cartoon-y, signed, limited (to 50) edition prints feature the badass final utterances of celebrities, and were apparently created "under the influence of varying quantities of caffeine, endorphins, canned beer, and Slayer albums". Check out:
Frida Kahlo: The steel-eyed Frida makes you pine for Salma Hayek's face, and is backed by skulls and a banner reading "I hope the exit is joyful and I hope to never return". Who knew that she died at The Mall of America?
Humphrey Bogart: His forlorn mug tilts slightly to the side in this wispy blue-on-blue number, where a cloud of his cigarette smoke billows "I should never have switched from Scotch to martinis" -- here's looking at you...with watery, blurred double-vision.
Groucho Marx: The frizzy-haired, shameless Kevin James ripper-offer puffs a cigar above "Die, my dear? Why that's the last thing I'll do!", so perhaps he's just biding time in that Cuban cabana with Tupac?
Apparently obsessed with the nearly dead, this guy will also draw you customized zombie portraits, as he's (somehow) the official artist for the Twin Cities' Zombie Pub Crawl, where ironically, your first words will be the only ones people can understand.