Remembering the O | Linda Barnicott
Along Forbes Avenue in Pittsburgh’s Oakland community sat a cherished restaurant and meeting place for students and residents alike. The Original Hot Dog Shop, commonly known as, “The O”, served many types of food but was most famous for its huge mound of “O Fries.” Turn back the clock, stand in the glow of the vibrant neon lights, and join your friends once again for an evening of fun.
Color Archival Giclée Print
Image Size: 16″ x 10.75″
What is an archival giclée print?
An archival giclée print is a limited edition print that is reproduced digitally with a process utilizing six specially formulated archival pigmented inks and a sophisticated color matching system. The paper used is archival quality and acid free. The giclée reproduction system produces prints that are superior in color and likeness to Barnicott's original paintings. They will not fade or discolor and will last a lifetime.
Please note that this giclée print may not fit a standard frame. Custom framing is recommended. Frame not included.