Line drawing of the Empire State, designed by William F. Lamb in the late Art Deco style of 1930s New York. Its spire was originally conceived as a mooring post for airships, but later converted to a broadcasting base. It crowned the building as the world's tallest for a staggering 40 years.
Printed on 250gsm textured art paper, delivered in paper tube. Available in 3 sizes.
(Frame not included)