El Mocambo Toronto Art Print
The El Mocambo Toronto print created by David Crighton back in 1977 has been a top seller -- three 500 print Limited editions and countless open edition prints have been made. David would never have imagined at age 24 this print selling that many.
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The Facts: The El Mocambo was opened as a music venue in 1850. The building was first used as a haven for escaped slaves. The name and famous El Mocambo palm tree sign were constructed in 1946. It was one of the first establishments in Toronto to obtain a liquor licence. Musical acts appeared on separate stages located on the main and second floor of the building.
Crightonism: About the second time I saw a musical performance at the "Elmo" it was a good one- March 1977 the band was the Rolling Stones. I won two tickets on CHUM FM Radio. I did this drawing shortly thereafter and returned to the club many times bringing a print to give to the performer with their name added to the marquee.
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Art Print (Unframed) - this option is best suited to someone who would like to custom frame their art print to match existing artwork or decor.
- Fine art print ready for custom framing to suit your decor
- Inkjet print on paper
- Smooth 100% cotton acid-free paper for a long print life.
- Heavyweight - 310 gsm.
- Silky smooth, matte white surface for high contrast images and accurate colours
- shipped in a sturdy mailing tube for maximum protection
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