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Enhance your space with a piece of local history and artistry with our framed poster, featuring a print of the iconic mural inside the Granada Theatre. Crafted in 1985 by the talented Jim Orrison and Bob Troutt, this mural holds a special place in the hearts of many in our community, capturing the essence and spirit of our town's rich cultural heritage.


Encased in a matte black frame made from .75″ (1.9 cm) thick Ayous wood, sourced from renewable forests, adding an elegant and eco-conscious touch.
Printed on premium matte paper, with a thickness of 10.3 mil (0.26 mm) and a weight of 189 g/m², ensuring the detailed beauty of the mural is preserved.
Lightweight design, protected by an Acrylite front protector, making it durable and easy to hang.
Includes hanging hardware, simplifying the installation process.
Product components for the US are sourced from Japan and the US, with EU components from Japan and Latvia, reflecting our commitment to high-quality and globally responsible production.
Mounting Instructions for 24″ × 36″ Horizontal Frames:
For a perfectly balanced display, attach the mounting hooks 1 inch (2.5 cm) from the corners of the frame when positioning horizontally, ensuring your mural print is showcased beautifully and securely.

Own a piece of Granada Theatre's legacy with this exquisite framed poster, a tribute to the artistic contributions of Jim Orrison and Bob Troutt, and a timeless piece of decor that resonates with cultural significance and personal memories for our town.

Crafted uniquely for you the moment you place an order, our products, including this exclusive item from the Granada Theatre, take a little longer to reach your doorstep. This personalized approach not only ensures that what you receive is specially made for you but also aligns with our commitment to reducing overproduction and promoting sustainability. We appreciate your patience and thoughtful choices, helping us make a positive impact together. Thank you for supporting responsible consumption and being a valued part of our community.

Granada Framed poster of the mural

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