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An illustration of a retro California coastline that used to be covered in oil derricks with beach goers sunning and bathing right alongside these towering protrusions. Check out the image in the last frame from Huntington Beach, circa 1930’s (from visit Huntington Beach), it's unreal...but actually real. We are so very lucky our coastline doesn’t look like this anymore.


Available in Tan and in Natural Colorways.  Please choose selection accordingly. 


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Giclee art print on cold pressed, archival, 300 gsm, matte textured paper with a thick and rigid feel. Please note vintage paper effect is printed.


*Frame not included

For Fear of What Once Was, Shall Be Again, California Coastline 1930s

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