Based on the Agenda’s Instagram hashtag (#cltagenda), there’s nothing that Charlotte loves more than its skyline, especially from the Brookshire Freeway overpass when it’s lit up at night. So why not bring it inside?
But don’t go with the run-of-the-mill shot – go big or go home.
Charlotte Skyline Minimalist Print
5″x7″ – 11″x14″
$30 – $40
Buy one, get two others for free.
Charlotte Uptown from Elizabeth
7″x10″ – 9″x14″
$25 – $32
A cream-colored mat is included in your purchase.
Coffee with Charlotte
5″x7″ – 13″x19″
$10 – $30
Cyber Monday Charlotte
5″x7″ – 17″x22″
$13.50 – $42.50
“The one line symbolizing the simplicity of a something so complex as a city and how large to small buildings and everything in-between connect to create a whole. One city. One line.”
$26 – $42
Look closely – the print is hand-drawn in pen using pointillism (meaning that the entire image is composed of small dots).
Shapes of Charlotte
16.5″x11.7″ – 40″x57″
$47 – $303
The print is made up of to-scale versions of 525 North Tryon, One Wells Fargo Center, Hearst Tower, Duke Energy Center, Omni Charlotte Hotel and Bank of America Corporate Center.
Upcycled pallet wood skyline
Each skyline is handmade and can be customized to feature certain buildings. The artist can also backlight the skyline using a battery-powered LED light.
Uptown View from Dilworth
Vertical retro Charlotte
4.5″x5.5″ – 35.5″x44.5″
$5 – $130
Real talk: I actually put this one on my Christmas list.
Wood-burned, hand-painted skyline
The artist cut the wood herself and added a light sealant and mount the back for you.
An 11.75″x36″ cream colored mat is included with your purchase.
Feature photo via Etsy