Cadillac Ranch, public art installation. Route 66 Amarillo, Texas
Cadillac Ranch is a public art installation and sculpture in Amarillo, Texas, U.S. It was created in 1974 by Chip Lord, Hudson Marquez and Doug Michels. It consists of junk Cadillac automobiles, representing a number of evolutions of the car line (most notably the birth and death of the defining feature of early Cadillacs; the tail fin, from 1949 to 1963. Half-buried nose-first in the ground, at an angle.
Cadillac Ranch is visible from the highway, and though it is located on private land, visiting it encouraged. In addition, writing graffiti on or otherwise spray-painting the vehicles is also encouraged, and the vehicles, which have long since lost their original colours, are wildly decorated.
Below is an example of how good it can look framed
Please note that framing is only available for commercial orders and commissions.
All photographs are supplied on your choice of the following:
GLOSS - Kodak Professional Endura is a superb gloss, clear and bright white photographic paper.
METALLIC - Premier metallic photographic paper has a distinctive high gloss finish with a metallic silver appearance.
ACRYLIC - Providing a contemporary alternative to printing on paper. Transforms photographs into eye-popping bright and vivid wall art. Photos are printed on gloss metallic paper then face mounted onto 6mm acrylic glass.
There are two types of hanging options available. You may select aluminium standoffs on the outside edges of the acrylic. Or a unique PVC hanger mounted to the back for easy wall mounting, creating the visual impression of your images floating on the wall.