24 x 34 ORIGINAL Mackinac Bridge Grate Frame with Metal Print
The total weight of this art piece may vary, but it is around 35 pounds.
The image is printed on a 20-inch x 30-inch, 1.25-inch deep, metal print, which will come mounted to the grate frame. The total size of the art piece may vary, but is around 27 inches x 34 inches.
The cost of shipping is included in the price. Only ships to the Continental US.
Each frame is hand cut and assembled and may take 2-3 weeks to arrive.
The Mackinac Bridge is one of Michigan's most iconic landmarks. Construction of this 5-mile bridge began in 1954 and by the year 1998 it had over 100 million crossings. This drone photo named, "Don't Look Down," was captured by Tyler of Michigan Sky Media at the perfect time in March of 2018, as the diamond-looking ice was melting. The metal grates that create the inner lanes on the bridge provide a queasy feeling for some but give a thrill for many others. The frame of this art piece is created from the original grates that many of the Mighty Mac's travelers drove on. These grates are over 60 years old and pay tribute to the hard work, dedication, and lives lost during construction.
Brushed aluminum prints (Fine Art Metals) are printed by Millers Professional Imaging, www.millerslab.com, and grate frames are constructed by Precision Plasma Cutting, precisionplasmacutting.com. To clean your fine art metal, do not use chemicals, cleaners, or abrasive cloths. Instead, use a soft cloth or feather duster. Fine Art Metals do not rust, but leaving them outside will reduce the life of the print.
*Disclaimer* The Mackinac Bridge grate may have been painted with lead-based paint, but the remnants of lead-based paint is unknown. Michigan Sky Media is not responsible for any issues that may occur because of the potential of having lead-based paint. There are no returns or exchanges, and all sales are final.