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$33.00 USD
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• 1.25" thickness.

• Artist-grade, poly cotton blend canvas material.

• High-density wood fiberboard and a sturdy frame.

• Black closeout panel for added rigidity.

• Built-in hanging tab, ready to hang.

• No risk of damage like stretch canvas.

• UV coated and scratch resistant.

• Printed and manufactured in the USA.


• 300GSM thickness.

• Slight surface texture so it's not so plain.

• More affordable than canvas, but without any sacrifice in print quality.

• Printed and manufactured in the USA.

Printed product does not have a watermark.


Shipping is free for orders above $50.00, standard speed.

Estimated production time: 2-5 days.

Estimated shipping time (domestic): 5-12 business days.

Estimated shipping time (international): 21 business days or more.

Please visit our Shipping & Handling page for further details on production and delivery time frames. You will see exact shipping rates during checkout.

Today, we know or heard of the MD-11. Before it was the DC-10, which gained quite a bit of infamy. The story is too long to tell, but the airliner had a feature very rare even for its time, a third engine on its back. The scenery depicts a DC-10 at an airport with flood lights shining bright, and a vibrant sunset behind.

Artist's comment: There was a most interesting book on jumbo jets in my library when I was 12, and the pictures of a DC-10 confused me. It seemed like quite the large aircraft but looked small on the outside. Only later, much later in my life did I realize just how big they were, that they were somewhat of an alternative to the larger Boeing 747.