Guardians of Traffic Prints
The Guardians of Traffic and the originally named Lorain Carnegie Bridge were an idea conceived in the roaring 20’s but not constructed untill the midst of the depression. They are one of the many Cleveland collabarations of Architect Frank Walker and sculptor Henry Hering. Almost lost in the 1970’s to the urban renewal trend at the time. The Guardians have lived to become arguably one of Cleveland’s most popular landmarks. After renovation in the 1980’s the bridge was renamed The Hope Memorial Bridge in honor of Cleveland’s favorite son Bob Hope and his father who worked on the bridge’s construction. The Bridge is now thankfully on The National Register of Historic Places.
Unframed giclee print produced in a limited edition of 100 for each size and signed by Jon C. Lund on heavyweight Epson matte paper. Standard size 16 x 24 and 24 x 36 frames are available from Craig frames at Wayfair.com.
All framed pieces are finished using Artshield UV protective coating. It's safer, much lighter and there is no glare or glass between you and the image.
NOW! shipping framed pieces nationwide. No matter where you live you're still a Clevelander, so show you Cleveland pride!
Local delivery of framed pieces now available to the northeastern Ohio area. Please select the delivery charge option of $20.00 from the drop down menu.
For delivery of multiple item orders, please select the delivery option and charge for the first item ordered only and the pick-up option for each subsequent item. That way you are only charged for delivery once.
Free to pick-up framed pieces at Lund Studio in Hudson, Ohio. Email to schedule pickup times.