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Add a bright and playful view to your wall with "Route 66" This piece features the famous Route 66 sign on the Santa Monica Pier set against a vibrant blue sky and a sea of people. 


This image was shot in Santa Monica, California in 2016.



This piece is available in two sizes:

  • 10" x 10" image on 11" x 14" paper. Limited edition of only 12 at this size.
  • 19” x 19” image on 23” x 23” paper. Limited edition of only 6 at this size.


Unframed prints for this piece will be cut to the exact paper size listed above. 


Framed prints for this piece will be framed with 2" of white paper around the image. Each piece is mounted, set back in the frame with a spacer, and placed under plexiglass.


** PLEASE NOTE: Some of the images here might show custom framing that might include mats, or other variants. Refer to the mockups shown for the framing that is offered here. If you would like to customize your frame, or if you have any questions, please contact us here for pricing options.


Paper type:

There are 2 different paper types for this piece:

  • 10" x 10" image is a lightjet c-type print processed on Fuji Crystal Archive Super Matte paper. This is an archival/museum quality paper. **Please note this size is printed on 11" x 14" paper, which is easy to pop into a premade frame! The unframed print is not square it is rectangular. If you purchase this size framed, it will be framed square.
  • 19" x 19" image is processed on Epson Premium Luster paper. This is an archival/museum quality paper with a surface that has a slight sheen.

Route 66

    • All prints are processed at a fine art photo lab in Los Angeles, CA, and personally inspected by Brooke, before they are shipped out.
    • Each print is hand-signed and numbered by Brooke, and each piece comes with its own certificate of authenticity.
    • All frames are custom made by hand in Los Angeles, CA.
    • If you would like custom framing options, like adding a mat, please contact us here to explore those options.
  • We highly recommended that you do not handle unframed prints yourself, but rather take the packaged print directly to the framer and allow the framer to handle the piece with the care that is needed for a fine art photograph.

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