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Fairview 1952

Fairview 1952, a Space age thrill ride in a print. Did someone say Googie? Created by hand and made for your pad. a great deal of attention was placed on the textures created for this piece I was working like a 1950s Graphic Designer using the same tools and methods they had available.

Googie architecture was born of the post-WWII car culture and thrived in the 1950s and 1960s. Bold angles, colorful signs, plate glass, sweeping cantilevered roofs and pop-culture imagery captured the attention of drivers on adjacent streets. Bowling alleys looked like Tomorrowland. Coffee shops looked like something in a Jetsons cartoon.


About –
This limited edition of 25 uses Epson UltraChrome K3 inks on archival Quality Fine Art Paper.

Paper size-12x16
image size is approx 12x16

a white 12x16 Ikea Fiskbo Frame is included (see 3rd pic)
Plexiglass so it's safe to ship and hang anywhere
Limited edition of 25 prints


each print has been signed and numbered in pencil.
all images Copyright Edwin Wade

shipping –
Prints are carefully wrapped and sent flat in a sturdy mailer

I ship USPS Priority mail with a tracking number within the United States.

Fairview 1952 12x16 Googie Mid Century Modern Art Framed Print

US$35.00
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