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City Icons: What Disney Concert Hall

City Icons: What Disney Concert Hall

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City Icons is a print and notecard series celebrating the unique expressions of architecture and design in American cities.

Designed by architect Frank Gehry, The Walt Disney Concert Hall opened in 2003. Lillian B. Disney initiated the project with a gift of $50 million in honor of her late husband Walt Disney and his dedication to the arts. More than 6,000 stainless steel panels create the curving skin on the exterior that shrouds one of the most acoustically sophisticated concert halls in the world.

A note about Risograph prints: We embrace experimenting with all forms of printing. Risograph, like a Leonard Bernstein symphony, is unpredictable. Prints often exhibit an organic graininess, misregistration, and uneven coverage. They are not perfect, and that's what we love about them.

Produced October, 2022.

Dimensions: 14" x 11"
Printing: 4-color Risograph
Paper: Mohawk Via Vellum 80# Cover (214 gsm)
Typeset: Hoefler & Co. Gotham Rounded
Printer: Risolve Studio

$24.00 + tax where applicable.
Free Domestic Shipping & Handling within the U.S.
($20.00 International within North America)

Domestic Shipping: We ship via U.S. Postal First-Class or Priority Mail using heavy duty shipping tubes and StayFlat envelopes to ensure your order arrives in new condition.

International Shipping: We are currently shipping to addresses in the United States and Canada only. Customers are responsible for any customs and/or duty fees.

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