The Golden Gate City comes to monstrous life in this 11 x 17 inch print on 100lb paper. Comes with this description:
Faced with a growing problem of atomic age monster attacks in the 1950s, San Francisco took a novel approach to the situation. Rather than devote resources to combating the problem (an increasingly futile situation given the size and strength of new nuclear-strength creatures), the city instead decided to embrace the problem as a tourism opportunity. Branding itself “The Monster Capital of California,” the Golden Gate City unfortunately saw an upswing in both tourism revenue and annual deaths by monsters.
After viewing this 11 x 17 inch print, you'll be singing "I left my dinosaur in San Francisco!"Comes with this description: In the years before the discovery of gold, San...
The only way to improve on the epic majesty of Arizona's Grand Canyon would be to add...flying saucers! This 11 x 17 print does just that - comes with this...
Are you familiar with the Hodgson & Robinson Bank Clock Tower in Portland, Oregon? No? That's because it was destroyed by the Willamette River Creature in 1889! Learn that fact...
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