The term "Googie" originates back to 1949 with the design of Googie's coffee shop in LA, designed by John Lautner. It served as an inspiration for an architectural style based on space-age designs using shapes such as boomerangs, atoms and parabolas. Motels, coffee houses and bowling alleys were some of the building types that were used to express this form of art, starting in the late 40s through the mid 60s.
I present this series as a tongue-in-cheek tribute to the "Googie" form of art. This image is approximately 4.5" x 6.5" and presented within an 8" x 10 beveled mat with sturdy backing, ready to frame. It makes a nice, colorful addition to home or office. Collect the entire series!
***A larger, non-matted version is available on request. For an extra bold splash of color to your room, contact me to request the super-sized 13" x 17.5" version (11" x 15" image area) for $45.00.***
This image was created using the digital software program Painter. Printed using high quality enhanced matte archival paper and archival inks. Signed, titled and dated. Please note due to computer monitors differences in colors may vary. The vivid color in your print may differ somewhat from what you see on your monitor. Copyright mark will not be included on your print.
Shipped flat and well protected via USPS First Class Mail. (Domestic and International.) Please allow 1 to 2 business days to print, prepare and ship your item. Domestic First Class Mail averages 3-4 days transit time. International First Class Mail varies depending on the destination.
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