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I couldn't resist lugging this vintage suitcase snagged at a recent St. Louis estate sale to an open field by my home and photographing it against the dramtic Missouri sky.
Bring the retro cool of Mad Men to your home and hang it on your wall.

I used HDR technology to capture this image. High Dynamic Range (HDR) uses a digital process of combining the color and tone of multiple exposures to generate an enhanced composite image. The artist has control over the intensity of the effect, allowing for a great deal of creative license in achieving the desired results.

The color blue is associated with calm, serenity, compassion and relaxation. This photo will be perfect in your bedroom. The two most meaningful areas to diplay art are across from your front entrance and oppisite your bed. You will be inspired as you fall asleep and when you awaken. The expansiveness of this scene opens up your space and elicits a feeling of freedom.


This digital print is printed on archival paper and arrives unmatted in a crystal clear cello bag, with the artists signature and title written in ink on the back of the print.

5" x 7" = $15.00
8" x 10" = $30.00

More vintage looking images right here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/49455016/letters-from-home?ref=related-6

Mad Men Luggage, vintage luggage, fine art photography, vintage suitcase, antique suitcase, road trip, photography, home decor, 1960's

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: vintage suitcase, sky, clouds, canon eos, archival paper
  • Ships worldwide from Missouri, United States
  • Feedback: 69 reviews
  • Favorited by: 1039 people