Please note our new print design is bigger and bolder! We've removed the small icon from the bottom of the print, shrinking the border and enlarging the Live Image. All orders will ship with this new format.
Collectors will always be able to order the "CLASSIC" version to match their older Landmark prints. This version will print with the icon and larger border. Please leave us a note on your order - Just write CLASSIC in the "Notes" box in the drop down menu (top right) when you add the item to your cart.
Most folded blank cards have the classic design, with a smaller live image and icon. We are transitioning to a new format, so some cards may ship as such.
Led by the U.S. Steel company president, a delegation descended upon Washington, D.C. to lobby for a light station on Lake Superior's inhospitable North Shore. Originally known as Stony Point, the name Split Rock was first used by the lobbyists when describing the location, and the name stuck. In early 1907, Congress appropriated $75,000 for a lighthouse and fog signal at Split Rock. The U.S. Lighthouse Service completed construction of the 7.6-acre facility in 1910, and Split Rock Lighthouse was born.
All of our art is original digital graphic art, these are not reproductions of vintage art. Giclée fine art open edition print on Epson heavy weight (10.3mil/192 gsm), archival matte paper, with Epson pigment ink. The colors here may appear different in printed form than on your screen - subtler colors may be more desaturated and bright colors may be more boldly saturated. Most of our prints have an off-white printed border, designed for framing with or without a mat.
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