36° 6' 44.928'' N, 115° 10' 21.0216'' W
The settlement of Las Vegas was founded shortly after the turn of the 20th century as a stop along the railroad between Salt Lake City and Los Angeles. The construction of the Boulder Dam (known today as the Hoover Dam) attracted many young male workers, for whom casinos and theaters were built (though a far cry from the Las Vegas strip of today).
The design features a digitally-altered photograph with an impressionist / oil painted style. The background has a subtle topographic base pattern. The state outline is created with a series of high resolution digital brushstrokes and drips.
- High resolution print
- 175gsm museum-grade paper
- Matte finish
- Hanging hardware not included
- To clean, wipe gently with a clean, dry cloth
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