Minneapolis, Minnesota - Retro Skyline (12x18 Art Print, Wall Decor Travel Poster)
This high-quality art print reproduction boasts sharp detail and vivid imagery. Printed on heavy stock paper using a high-end digital printing press guarantees: color accuracy, durable imaging, and the highest print resolution available. This print is 100% Made in America. We use only fine art inks, which are resistant to fading at least 75 years, museum-quality archival quality, with acid-free pigment to ensure the print doesn't discolor over time. Paper size measures 12 x 18 in with an image size of 11 5/8 x 17 5/8 in, perfect for framing. Art print will ship rolled in a thick mailer tube, protected in a water-resistant sleeve. Lantern Press is a dynamic art company that specializes in the world's leading imagery. Our collection includes original works created by our in-house art team, modern photography, home & office decor trends, antique maps, vintage posters, and everything in between. With an ever growing collection of world-renowned imagery, Lantern Press is a trendsetter known to decorate homes and major resorts - as well as the sets of commercials, films, and television shows. If you're seeking the perfect art to frame for your home or office, we're certain we have a piece you will connect with. Peruse our collection here at Amazon, featuring over 50,000 images available in multiple sizes and mediums. We'd also like to take this time to thank you if you've purchased from us before, or plan to today. You are supporting artists who care deeply about their art form, and a company that is proud to print these amazing images in America. Your support allows us to continue doing what we love - creating beautiful art.
$24.99Walking Twin Cities: 34 Tours Exploring Historic Neighborhoods, Lakeside Parks, Gangster Hideouts, Dive Bars, and Cultural Centers of Minneapolis and St. Paul
Even though they’re often lumped together, the Twin Cities are two distinct cities with very different histories. Minneapolis is the Mill City, the City of Lakes, composed mostly of flat prairies. St. Paul is the Capital City, built on rolling hills and high river bluffs.Whether you’re interested in art, culture, history, or nature, there’s a walk in this book designed for your interests. We hope that it serves not only as a guidebook for (re)discovering the Twin Cities, but as a springboard for additional explorations.Walking Twin Cities contains 35 walks of varying levels of difficulty, built around the natural, architectural, and historical attractions of Minneapolis and St. Paul. The downtown areas of both cities are explored in depth, as well as many of the neighborhoods, scenic parks, and lakes that are scattered through the area.
$8.94Minneapolis Landmarks Skyline and Typography Dictionary Art Print 8x10
Each print is created on a antique dictionary page from the early 1900's. The pages used are random pages from a vintage dictionary. Each page has a great antique look and feel. You will receive the exact image shown however the dictionary page that is used will vary. This makes each print one of a kind, as no two pages will be exactly the same. Each print measures 8x10 inches unless otherwise noted. Colors may vary slightly from the image shown. The prints DO NOT come framed, but will fit any standard 8x10 frame or any larger frame with an 8x10 matte. Our prints look amazing framed and displayed in any room of your home. They also make great one of a kind gifts!
$12.99Downtown: Minneapolis in the 1970s
Dayton's was in its prime, the new Nicollet Mall was full of people, the Foshay Tower was still king, and the IDS Center was beginning its rise. Bustling sidewalks teemed with shoppers and businessmen, young and old, no matter what the weather, because the skyway system was just being born. Downtown Minneapolis in the early 1970s was a scene.Mike Evangelist, a seventeen-year-old from the suburbs, found everything about the city to be amazing. This "introvert with a camera" turned his lens to the scenes around him—young women hitching a ride, a disabled vet selling pencils, stylish shoppers strolling Nicollet Mall, once-grand movie houses on Hennepin Avenue—capturing a vibrant and rapidly changing city. Forty years later, he has unearthed this trove of images that vividly reflect a memorable time in Minneapolis. Writer and artist Andy Sturdevant, who has been called "the preeminent wit, flâneur, and psycho-historian of the Twin Cities," explores these streets as a congenial companion, commenting with a sharp eye and thoughtful insights.Do you miss the seventies? Did you miss the seventies? Downtown takes you there.
$18.82B&W Panoramic Minneapolis 14x48 Wrapped Canvas Framed and Ready to Hang by
Black and White picture printed on canvas Panoramic Canvas. All images are printed on canvas with archival quality inks and stretched on 1.5 inch thick wood bars. Each print is finished with a solid black border around the edge of the canvas.
$45.99Newcomer's Handbook for Moving to and Living in Minneapolis - St. Paul
Extensively updated and revised, this 560-page new edition maintains its strong focus on the neighborhoods of the Twin Cities as well as the surrounding suburban communities. Brand new to this edition is a chapter devoted to Green Living, so appropriate for this hub for bicycle commuting and environmental activism. Another innovation is the inclusion of neighborhood and community photographs to give the reader an even better idea of each area's specific character. From Elk River to River Falls, Wisconsin, from Andover to Apple Valley, and from Lake Minnetonka to White Bear Lake, this Newcomer's Handbook® provides you with the most up-to-date information on neighborhoods, housing options and trends, new development, and all the pluses of Twin Cities life, including education and childcare, transportation, cultural life, surviving the weather, and much more.
$18.95100 Things To Do In The Twin Cities Before You Die
It’s hard enough to learn and master one city, but twin cities? Behold, the essential guide awaits you to achieve the most rewarding bucket list entries for the good people of the Twin Cities. Whether it’s strolling the Stone Arch Bridge in Minneapolis, sipping a drink on the Frost’s patio in St. Paul on a warm summer’s night, or biking to Stillwater for lunch on the St. Croix River, we’ve got you covered. We’re ready to equip you with outdoor activities that will let you declare victory over the harsh Minnesota winters, but there are also plenty of indoor items for when Jack Frost truly has it in for you. The hearty Minnesotan will know it’s a fool’s errand to let weather dictate life’s pleasures, and a good century of items for all seasons awaits you. Two truly is better than one, and the Twin Cities are waiting to be explored. Enjoy some pro tips, too, to add to your adventures.Minneapolis St. Paul 2017 Wall Calendar
Visitors to the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul are impressed by the cities' friendly people, excellent theater, and celebrated music scene. Miles of glass-enclosed skyways connect buildings to other buildings and attractions to keep its denizens warm during the winter months, while in the summertime there is an endless series of exciting festivals. And there's always world-class shopping at the Mall of America. Celebrate these two exciting cities with this Minneapolis-St. Paul square wall calendar. Includes a free download of the TravelDays app for the smartphone and tablet, which grants access to the world's best destination photos and backgrounds, fun puzzles, and a calendar featuring picturesque places. Classic square format. Updated style. Our square 18-month wall calendars include 13 stunning images and even clearer grids and text. Each of these 12" x 12" calendars features an opening spread with a beautiful six-month (July-December 2016) calendar to plan the last six months of the year and rev up for 2017. Filled with an abundance of holidays, each month's grid is large enough for daily tasks and appointments.
$11.86Heyday: 35 Years of Music in Minneapolis
Daniel Corrigan has been photographing musicians, concerts, and other artists since the early 1980s, just as the Minneapolis music scene was taking off. He was the official First Avenue photographer for many years and still photographs several shows a month, chronicling both emerging local acts and national touring bands. Corrigan's images of the Replacements, Prince, Babes in Toyland, Soul Asylum, the Jayhawks, Doomtree, and countless others offer a unique perspective on the explosion of the Twin Cities scene over the last 35 years as well as on the world of rock and roll as a whole. This book brings together the well known photos from his collection with little-known gems and outtake photos from legendary photo shoots, including concerts, band promo photos, and album covers.
$22.63Moon Minneapolis & St. Paul (Moon Handbooks)
Join author and longtime resident Tricia Cornell for an unforgettable experience. With her unique perspective and advice you can trust, Moon Minneapolis & St. Paul has everything you need to know to have a more personal and memorable experience.From the beautiful trails surrounding the Twin Cities’ two doezen lakes to their thriving culture and nightlife, Moon Minneapolis & St. Paul shows you what you need to know to plan the perfect trip for you. Enjoy diverse cuisine, with options like fresh mozzarella bars and bánh mì sandwiches, or enjoy the thriving nightlife and theater scene in downtown Minneapolis. Along with trip ideas like “The Best of the Twin Cities” and itineraries outside the cities to places like the Mall of Maerica or the Minnesota Zoo, Lomax includes suggestions for the best places to boat, fish, ski, or golf in the greater twin cities area.With expertly crafted maps and gorgeous photos, this full-color guidebook gives you the tools you need to have an immersive and unique experience.Find the Moon guide that best suits your trip! Exploring the area? Check out