Beach Lookout Towers Print
They stand sentinel along the Delmarva coastline, towering ghosts with their slit-like eyes. What are they? Where did they come from? Known as "fire towers", these simple statuesque buildings were commissioned during World War II to keep watch for enemy ships and U-Boats. They've since become synonymous with Bethany, Dewey, Rehoboth and Henlopen beaches, so why not capture that reminder for your wall?
This print was done via Giclée, a high-end art processing method with a silk-screened ink texture and colors that POP! The paper is 100lb archival poster stock, so this baby is sturdy and will look good forever. Original source photo and design done by yours truly.
Print size is 8" x 10", which fits a 11" x 14" mat and frame (note: these are not included) - a standard size, available at Michael's, IKEA, A.C. Moore, etc. Shipped flat in a glassine envelope with a cardboard backing in a heavy stock mailing sleeve.