Deep Ellum Art Print
Deep Ellum developed in the late 1800s as a residential and commercial neighborhood on the east side of downtown Dallas. The area was originally called Deep Elm, but the pronunciation “Deep Ellum” by early residents led to its current and historically accepted name. Because of its proximity to the Houston and Texas Central railroad, the area was also referred to as Central Track.
This illustration was created in a very traditional way of illustrating but with modern-day equipment. Simple and elegant, this beautiful Art Print is sure to add a splash of color to any wall in your house or office.
STANDARD SIZES AND OPTIONS:
• Flat Art Prints: 8×10
• Framed and Matted Art Prints: 11×14
• Metal Print: 8×10, 11×14, 12×18, 16×20
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We have additional sizes and surfaces we can print on. Paper, canvas, metal, wood. Small size, and oversized options. Emails us at email@example.com and let us customized our prints to perfectly fit your art needs.