Hit the road! : Highway 99 roadside art-ifacts. Volume 1, Washington.

Highway 99 runs all the way from Canada to Mexico. In its heyday, Highway 99 was the main corridor through Washington, Oregon and California. Replaced by Interstate 5 in the mid-1960's, Highway 99 still beckons with neon signs, shaped buildings, gentle giants and other roadside attractions that...

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Main Author: Russell, Laura, 1964-
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: [Portland, Or.] : Simply Books, ©2008.
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Summary:Highway 99 runs all the way from Canada to Mexico. In its heyday, Highway 99 was the main corridor through Washington, Oregon and California. Replaced by Interstate 5 in the mid-1960's, Highway 99 still beckons with neon signs, shaped buildings, gentle giants and other roadside attractions that take us back to simpler times and happy road trips. Highway 99 roadside attractions in Washington are featured in this volume.
Item Description:Title from accompanying card.
"This book is a limited-edition, hand-bound artist book by Laura Russell. All original photographs by the artist. Archival digital printing on Mohawk Superfine paper"--Colophon.
"Single layer horizontal flag book with cloth bound cover and ribbon tie to display open. Archival digital printing on Red River Polar Matte paper. 9" x 5.75" x 1". Includes an insert card with a map listing each attraction. Original color photographs by the artist. Signed and numbered. Presented in a clamshell box. Edition of 25"--Laura Russell Website.
To display the book, bend the covers backwards and tie the ribbon underneath to create an A-shaped stand. The concertina structure can be pulled out to allow the 19 cutout shapes of Highway 99 attractions to display.
Accompanying card has color map of U.S. Highway 99 route through Washington State.
Issued in slipcase.
Physical Description:1 volume : color illustrations ; 15 x 23 cm + 1 card (41 x 12 cm)