"Boulevard Of Dreams"
Mixed Dream Cars
Available Sizes shown for Print #9050

My initial idea was to create a print that would contain all of America's most iconic street machines. You know the ones... a 41 Willys coupe, '67 Vette, '69 Z 2/8, '70 Hemi Cuda, '68 Shelby GT500, 69 GTO Judge... etc!  Sort of like a "Boulevard of Dreams" collection of cars.

On the prints debut show, I had a gentlemen purchase one and before leaving he said, "I'll be back for the second half next year". I look at him and said "Ok"! What a great idea! I had always thought of doing a two piece print, but never put any real thought into the idea. So, later that spring, I finished my first "Panoramic Series", since then I have done a couple more, but I think this one will always be my favorite.

Check out the panoramic full scene or the other half which can be framed and hung side by side to create some impact.

Cruisin Up, Cruisin Down 12"x36"


Friday Night Lights (Left Side)     

  Boulevard of Dreams (Right Side)
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11"x14" Gicleť Print
Signed Open Edition
Print 9050S - $29.99



16"x28" Gicleť Print
Signed Open Edition
Print 9050M - $59.99


18"x24" Gicleť Print
2007 Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Prints
Print 9050C - $129.99






24"x36" Gicleť Print
2000 Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Prints
Print 9050CL - $179.99



 54"x36" Gicleť Canvas
50 Signed and Numbered Canvas Prints.
Each Receive a Personalized Letter of Authenticity

To avoid shipping disasters, all Canvas orders are shipped unstretched in a tube. Most art/ frame shops can stretch (as shown) for about $150.00 or less.
Canvas 9050 - $1500



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