AlcatrazThe Greater Hood
Alcatraz, also known as 'The Rock', is most famous for the prison operated on it from 1933 to 1963. Before the island served a military and federal purpose, it was a haven for sea birds. Juan Manuel de Ayala, the first Spaniard to charter the San Francisco Bay, named the island "La Isla de los Alcatraces" or "The Island of the Pelicans" due to the overwhelming population of brown pelicans there. The name, and the pelicans, remain to this day.
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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