Ear Inn of New York signed prints
One of the Great Good Places of New York, the Ear Inn of the West Village is one of the oldest bars in New York, in business "since 1817," as the sign says. Long known as the Green Door, the place was christened "The Ear Inn" in 1977. According tho the Ear's website, this "name was chosen to avoid the Landmark Commission’s lengthy review of any new sign. The neon BAR sign was painted to read EAR, after the musical Ear Magazine published upstairs."
This art is featured in my book Bars, Taverns and Dives New Yorkers Love, available here.
Designed by artist John Tebeau, this artwork is available in three sizes:
• As a handmade, three color print silkscreened on 16" by 20" heavyweight archival, acid-free paper made by the French Paper Company of Niles, Mich., each one signed and numbered as part of a limited edition of 100. (This option also comes in a thin, black frame (for New York City pickup only).
• As a 9" by 12" signed digital print on Fine Art Bright White 100% cotton rag acid-free, archival 230 gsm paper.
• As an 8" by 10" signed digital print on Fine Art Bright White 100% cotton rag acid-free, archival 230 gsm paper.
All sizes are perfect size for a standard frame.
Prints will ship in a sturdy flat mailer free of charge in the USA.