A hip, happenin' cityscape!
In 1954 Jim Flora carved and hand-printed a woodcut entitled "Manhattan". He then hand-tinted a portion of the limited print run. The pattern depicts New York in its 1950s glory, including a number of Gotham landmarks such as the Empire State Building, St. Patrick's Cathedral, the Statue of Liberty, a NY Public Library Lion, legendary musical bistros, Washington Square Arch, buses, taxis, horse-drawn carriages and tourists.
Samples are strongly encouraged to be sure you're happy with the color, scale, material, and design. This product is ineligible for returns or exchanges.
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PaperOur classic matte paper substrate is made using 100% renewable wind powered electricity and works beautifully with almost any design.
Anywhere Peel & Stick Wallpaper
Our anywhere self-adhesive material sticks to any paint finish, from matte to glossy. Peel & Stick wallpaper comes in manageable 26 in x 20 ft long rolls for easy install. Plus it's removable and repositionable, making it just as easy to remove as it was to hang.
Our mylar comes in a number of finishes including silver, gold, and white. These beautiful materials add luxurious shine and depth to designs. As an added bonus they're also highly durable and washable! When you select mylar in the material selector a team member will reach out to you to help determine the best option for your order.