This week‘s featured design from Zenith City Press’s line of vintage reproduction art come from a color lithographic postcard published in 1939 showing Duluth’s Enger Memorial Tower at night, with its signature green light illuminating the night sky. The tower was erected in 1939 to commemorate Bert Enger, a West End furniture salesman who donated the money that created Enger Park and the Enger Park Municipal Golf Course and was dedicated by the king and queen of Norway. It still stands in Duluth, but now the entire tower can be in myriad colors
This design is available as a print (framed or unframed on canvas, art paper, metal, or wood), greeting cards, blank notebooks, yoga mats, even beach and bath towels. Want it on something else? Email us and we’ll see if we can make it available!