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Evelyn McHale / Empire State suicide / Rare historical photo / Suicide print / Digital print / Vectorize poster / Vector art / Wall decor /

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Evelyn McHale

This powerful photo taken by Robert C. Wiles was published as a full-page image in the 12 May, 1947 issue of Life Magazine.

It ran with the caption: “At the bottom of the Empire State Building the body of Evelyn McHale reposes calmly in grotesque bier, her falling body punched into the top of a car“.

Evelyn McHale is probably the most famous Empire State Building suicide victim. The young and pretty Evelyn leaped from the 86th-floor observatory in 1947 and landed on the roof of a United Nations limousine parked on the street below. Her calmly elegant demeanor, her legs crossed at the ankles, the way the car’s metal folded like sheets and framed her head and arms—perhaps these were the reasons that McHale’s death was given its title as “The most Beautiful Suicide”. When she died, she was still wearing her pearls and white gloves.

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[ A4 ] 8.3" x 11.7" : 15.oo $

[ A3 ] 11.7" x 16.5" : 22.oo $

[ A2 ] 16,5" x 23,4" : 29.oo $

[ 5o x 7o cm ] 19" x 27" : 34.oo $

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STANDARD SHİPPİNG

• via Turkish Post $ 15.oo

to EUROPE: 7 - 12 business days ARRİVES your COUNTRY.

to CANADA, UNİTED STATES, AUSTRALİA: 14 - 21 business days ARRİVES your COUNTRY.

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• All posters are made by high quality digital prints on 250/gsm museum quality matte paper.

• Your prints will send in postal mailing tube with thin white border to easy framing.

• Due to different monitors your final print may have small color variances to those you see on screen. Thank you for your understanding.

• Feel free to ask please if you have any question.


• GOES to SHOP: https://www.etsy.com/shop/FrameOrWall
Evelyn McHale

This powerful photo taken by Robert C. Wiles was published as a full-page image in the 12 May, 1947 issue of Life Magazine.

It ran with the caption: “At the bottom of the Empire State Building the body of Evelyn McHale reposes calmly in grotesque bier, her falling body punched into the top of a car“.

Evelyn McHale is probably the most famous Empire State Building suicide victim. The young and pretty Evelyn leaped from the 86th-floor observatory in 1947 and landed on the roof of a United Nations limousine parked on the street below. Her calmly elegant demeanor, her legs crossed at the ankles, the way the car’s metal folded like sheets and framed her head and arms—perhaps these were the reasons that McHale’s death was given its title as “The most Beautiful Suicide”. When she died, she was still wearing her pearls and white gloves.

•••

[ A4 ] 8.3" x 11.7" : 15.oo $

[ A3 ] 11.7" x 16.5" : 22.oo $

[ A2 ] 16,5" x 23,4" : 29.oo $

[ 5o x 7o cm ] 19" x 27" : 34.oo $

•••

STANDARD SHİPPİNG

• via Turkish Post $ 15.oo

to EUROPE: 7 - 12 business days ARRİVES your COUNTRY.

to CANADA, UNİTED STATES, AUSTRALİA: 14 - 21 business days ARRİVES your COUNTRY.

•••

• All posters are made by high quality digital prints on 250/gsm museum quality matte paper.

• Your prints will send in postal mailing tube with thin white border to easy framing.

• Due to different monitors your final print may have small color variances to those you see on screen. Thank you for your understanding.

• Feel free to ask please if you have any question.


• GOES to SHOP: https://www.etsy.com/shop/FrameOrWall

Reviews

4 out of 5 stars
(1)
Reviewed by whovian1193
4 out of 5 stars
Jan 26, 2018
When I received it, the tube packaging was completely damaged and the photo had some obscure scratches. Although, it did ship to me in Kansas from Turkey, so it’s understandable. All in all, it was probably the best quality of an old picture, from when they didn’t have digital cameras quite yet ;P, I have found. I am definitely satisfied with my product!!
Evelyn McHale / Vectorize poster / Empire State suicide / Rare historical photo / Vector art

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Museum quality, 250 gsm matte paper, High quality digital print, NOT framed
  • Made to order
  • Feedback: 1 reviews
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