I recently came across this old beer can while hiking one day. It’s probably from the late 1970’s or early 1980’s, when a pull-top design was used to open cans. It might look nice in a frame or other print medium – visit my gallery at Pixels to see more!
This colorful pop art graphic design features the partial photograph of an old bottle (Napier Chemical Company, New York) which I dug from the ground as a child interested in old bottle collecting. Now repurposed, visitors may enjoy one of several different print types available in my gallery at Fine Art America. Check it out.
Amidst ongoing changes in the city of Ann Arbor, Michigan, this old and weathered telephone pole remains in place near Church and South University streets. If you’d be interested in a print featuring this black and white photograph, visit my gallery at Fine Art America to see more.
This framed print features a photograph of an old, carved bone spear tip used during hunting by Indians from the Northwestern United States. Available in several sizes with many framing options (frame, mat, paper, finish) to select, this picture would look great decorating a wall in your home!