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Printed on Canson Infinity Velin Museum Cotton Rag 315g

58x42cm (22.8"x16.5")

Limited Edition Series of 7

[4 of 7 in stock]


The lifeguard towers, located between South Pointe and 86th Street, are an expresion for identity and culture in Miami Beach. They were originally designed by William Lane for the City of Miami Beach in 1995 to replace those lost during Hurricane Andrew.


Signed and numbered in front. Supplied with signed certificate of authenticity.


Framed artwork is float mounted 1/8" above the mat on an archival foamboard lift in a black maple or white maple frame with non-glare optimum musseum crystal. Unframed artwork is delivered in heavy-duty art mailing tube.

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Prices increase as the edition sells.

South Pointe

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