In Spring of 2016 I had the pleasure of visiting Boston and fell in love instantly. My favorite part about Boston, besides the people and food, would have to be the history. Walking the Freedom Trail three times made me realize how special and historic this place is to our country.
This view is from Boston’s Back Bay crossing the Longfellow Bridge to Cambridge. Hidden inside the the artwork you will find icons representing Boston and it’s influence in America - past and present. You might also notice the colors are similar to a couple professional sports teams in the Boston area.
HIDDEN PICTURES: Boston Red Sox, Boston Celtics, Boston Bruins, New England Patriots, Make Way for Ducklings, USS Constitution, CITGO sign, Cheers sign, Boston Stone, Cannon, Gun, Rifle, Tea Boxes, Bunker Hill Statue, George Washington Statue, Paul Revere statue, Prudential Building, pizza and beer mug.
HIDDEN WORDS: American Revolutionary War, Boston Massacre, Boston Tea Party, Battle of Bunker Hill, Siege of Boston, Faneuil Hall, Massachusetts, Samuel Adams, Boston Common, Back Bay, Fenway Park, Financial District, The City on a Hill, The Hub, City of Notions, Beantown, The Walking City, Sicut patribus sit Deus nobis, March 4, 1822, Paul Revere, John Hancock, The British are coming, Battles of Lexington and Concord, The Boston Globe, Fenway Park, Boston Garden, Public Garden, Prudential Tower, Logan Airport, South Station, East Boston, South End, South Boston, West End, North End, Boston Public Library, Old State House, Beacon Hill, Newbury Street, Swan Boats, Trinity Church, Union Oyster House, Long Wharf, Downtown Crossing, Chinatown, Theater District, Seaport District, Boston Harbor, Charles River, Waterfront, Fort Point Channel, New England Revolution, Bell in Hand Tavern, Make Way for Ducklings, Trinity Church, Old North Church, Leather District, Park Square, Bay Village, Longfellow Bridge, USS Constitution, Charlestown, Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge, Freedom Trail, Boston Marathon, midnight ride, Red Line, Hatch Shell, wicked pissah, signature and finish date (03/02/17).
Metal prints are handmade using dye sublimation on aluminum. Images will not fade, no glass or frame needed and easy to hang. These prints are a great upgrade and will add beauty to any office, home or covered patio.
Please note metal prints can take up to 7-10 business days for shipping.