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ENJOY DETROIT mural photo Enjoy Detroit photo
ENJOY DETROIT mural photo Enjoy Detroit photo
Photo #1069
(Use this photo number when ordering)
by Jan Kaulins

ENJOY DETROIT mural photo print picture photography for sale. This color ENJOY DETROIT mural photo picture print for sale of this ENJOY DETROIT wall art on East Jefferson Ave. was made from an original black and white photograph that has been HAND-COLORED by artist/photographer Jan Kaulins. You can even slightly see the artists lines showing the 'hand-colored' technique on the pink Caddy. Beneath the colorful Enjoy Detroit mural sit a pair of vintage vehicles, one being a pink ca. 1960's Cadillac with classic tail fins. On the side of the old Cadillac someone has painted 'ENJOY DETROIT' on it as well as on the building. This old mural has a nostalgic Detroit feel, celebrating Soul Food and classic Detroit automobiles.

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