Round two of retro styled posters featuring Richmond released
If you need some new art on your wall check these out.
Update #1 — April 14, 2016; 11:09 AM
RichmondOutside.com and Firefly Design, Inc. have partnered once again to create a vintage-style art series highlighting some of the most spectacular natural spaces in Richmond. RichmondOutside.com released the first set of images last summer featuring some of the most iconic vistas along the James with a percentage of sales going to the James River Association, aiding their efforts to restore and protect the James.
The new art series, also reminiscent of the National Park Service posters created in the late 1930s and early ‘40s, will highlight Maymont, Buttermilk Trail, Texas Beach, and the historic Manchester Wall. Each poster celebrates the characteristics of these spaces that make them unique playgrounds for Central Virginia’s outdoor lovers.
A portion of the proceeds from every purchase will benefit the Maymont Foundation, Blue Sky Fund, RVA Mid-Atlantic Off-Road Enthusiasts and James River Outdoor Coalition, supporting their individual missions to connect Richmonders to the outdoors.
Stunning and ready to frame 18”x24” posters, along with a limited run of fine art prints signed by artist Chris Camera, are currently available to for pre-order at www.RichmondOutside.com. Pint glasses, graphic t-shirts and notecards also are available.
To purchase prints, visit www.richmondutside.com. For more information contact Andy Thompson.
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Original — August 05, 2015
Richmond Outside and Firefly Design, Inc. have partnered to create vintage-style prints highlighting some of Richmond’s most spectacular places along the James River. Reminiscent of the National Park Service posters printed from 1938-1941, these prints feature Pipeline Walkway, Belle Isle, Pony Pasture and the Atlantic Coastline Railway Bridge, highlighting and celebrating the features that make them unique playgrounds for outdoor lovers.
18’x24’ posters, along with a limited run of fine art prints signed by artist Chris Camera, are currently available to order at RichmondOutside.com. Pint glasses and t-shirts can be pre-ordered at the site and will be delivered as soon as they are available. Richmond Outside’s Facebook followers will also have an opportunity to give their input on sites for future prints by posting comments online.
A portion of the proceeds will benefit the James River Association, supporting their mission to protect and preserve the James River now and for future generations.
To purchase prints, visit www.RichmondOutside.com. For more information contact Ryan Corrigan, Director of Marketing and Membership for the James River Association, at 804-788-8811, ext. 207 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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