TITLE: Orange Julep
SIZE: 11.5 X 11.5(frame not included)
PAPER TYPE: Matte
Fits the Ikea Fjallsta solid birch frame that comes with a mat!
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The Orange Julep also known colloquially as OJ or The Big Orange is a roadside attraction and fast food restaurant in Montreal. The building is in the shape of a giant orange, three stories high with a diameter of forty feet.
The restaurant was started by Hermas Gibeau in 1932 to serve his trademark orange drink, similar but not identical to that of Orange Julius. In 1945, Gibeau built an orange concrete sphere two stories high to house his restaurant. It is believed Gibeau intended to live in it with his wife and children. It was rebuilt in 1966.
Today, it also hosts classic car and motorbike enthusiasts on Wednesday nights from May-August.
This fine art photograph is printed by a professional lab on premium acid-free, archival paper, which has a matte finish and will last a lifetime. It will be signed by me and shipped in sturdy, moisture-resistant packaging.
This fine art print is available in other sizes by request. For a list of available sizes and prices, see my Policy section: