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'Doggy Diner Goes To North Beach' 8x12 Print

$40.00 USD

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Doggy Diner was a well known San Francisco Bay Area diner chain, and the large dog heads were the mascot. When the diners shut down, some of the heads were saved by local artists, and now make appearances at Bay Area events and parades. I took this photo during the annual St. Stupid's Day Parade in San Francisco, where three Doggy Diner heads led the parade, and were later parked in front of North Beach's famous Saints Peter and Paul Church where this was taken.

This listing is for an 8"x12" unmatted and unframed open edition print. The photo will be printed at respected San Francisco photo lab, Photoworks. It will be printed on Fuji Crystal Archive paper with a lustre finish, on a Noritsu QSS-37HD printer which offers unparalleled resolution and quality digital c-prints. It will be shipped in a rigid mailer, protected by a cello sleeve.

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