urban gateway. An industrial journey in collaboration with our friends at San Francisco's Creativity Explored, a nonprofit visual arts center where artists with developmental disabilities create, exhibit and sell art (learn more at creativityexplored.org). Fascinated by bridges, tunnels and mass transit since he was a boy, artist Lance Rivers pays homage to his hometown of San Francisco in this set of industrial compositions. Originally rendered in chalk on paper, Lance's bridge architecture and landscape prints capture the beauty of mechanical elements that support a city's infrastructure. Framed in solid wood painted soft white, frosted acrylic floats over the art to create a sense of depth and dimension. Limited-edition prints are signed by the artist. Learn about Lance Rivers, on our blog. Collectors take note: These special CB2 prints have a limited-edition release of 351. It will not be re-issued, so don't miss out. -Creativity Explored design by Lance Rivers -Printed on the back of frosted acrylic with a clear acrylic border -Solid wood frame -Artist's signature on front, bio on back -Wipe clean with dry cloth -A percentage of the sale of each print goes to Creativity Explored -Made in China Internet only.
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3 out of 6(50%)said they would recommend this product to a friend.
These prints are gorgeous! They are bigger than what is portrayed in the pictures online, so be sure to measure the space you want them for. I am so pleased with this purchase. The picture is actually etched into the glass, which creates a beautiful effect. The wood frame is off-white. This is a great value on sale.
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Review 2 for bridge architecture and landscape prints set of two
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I was in love with these prints from the moment I saw them. They look just like the website...except the frames aren't entirely a true white when you get up close. They are faded in spots, which looks intentional, but its not a clean finish. I couldn't tell that from the website. I will say I love them anyway. Worth the money.
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