WHEN THIS CITY WAS A TOWN - HB 1963
A protégé of legendary lensman LeRoy Grannis, Jim Driver captured some of surfing’s most iconic characters - and structures - of the1960s era. Back then, Huntington Beach Pier had a different kind of charm than it does now. Not better, just different. This was years before “Surf City” came to mean so many things to so many people. But in 1963, the California surfer’s focus was much more… linear.
Each Great Breaks image is printed using high definition photographic imaging on white aluminum. The result is an image that radiates with the same energy and power of the ocean as the day it was captured. No expensive framing necessary. Your print comes hang-ready, with mounting hardware already affixed to the image mount. All you need is a hammer, a nail, and a wall to hang them on.
We are offering this piece in four sizes, 20"x30" for $570, 24"x36" for $780, 30"x45" for $1,500 and the most impressive piece of all our 40"x60" for $2,100.
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