Oakland – Fox TheaterThe Greater Hood
The Fox Theater, originally named West Coast Oakland Theater, opened its doors in 1928 as a nearly 3000 seat movie theater. It began its run showing silent films and graduated to 'talkies' when William Fox took ownership √ê renaming the theater to the moniker we are familiar with today. Sadly, the theater closed its doors in 1966 but reopened in 2009 as a shining landmark of Oakland and destination for live music. While a fox isn't the animal you would normally pair with a crowded, loud venue, we think its still fits beautifully √ê not only for its namesake, but for the cunning ability to adapt and survive.
Larger sizes printed on enhanced matte paper. Notecards printed on 16pt uncoated cover stock - white A6 envelope included. Available in 6 sizes.
Made with genuine artist canvas, warp-resistant constriction, mounted on high-density wood fiberboard, and ready to hang with a sealed finished backing. Available in 6 sizes.
Printed on a coated aluminum sheet using dye sublimation, creating a luminescent, vibrant effect. The high-gloss, ultra-hard, scratch resistant surface is weather proof and water proof. All metal prints feature rounded corners. Available in 3 sizes.
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