Flinders St Box Hill Tram Scroll

Contemporary Tram Scroll

AUD$0.00

    The Blue Horizon Difference

  • All Art is Hand Made in Noosa, Australia not Imported from China
  • Free image manipulation such as removing red eye, straightening horizons and lightening the image if needed
  • Art is delivered delivered ready to hang on the wall, straight to your door
  • Carefully bubble wrapped and boxed to prevent damage in transit
  • Free choice of 6 wrapping types
  • Every canvas print is stretched by hand on a quality kiln dried pine wood stretcher frame
  • Protected with invisible spray UV laminate against fading in the harsh Australian climate, our art shouldn’t fade for up to 70 years!

Description

This striking contemporary style variant of a bus destination scroll uses a variety of font sizes as opposed to the tradiitional tram scrolls with all the fonts at one height. These stunning custom word art designs make perfect thoughtful Engagement Gifts.Please order the ‘Extra Long’ size for these.

* All Art is sold as seen, i.e. if the layout is horizontally long then the longer measurement is the width, if the image is a portrait layout then the longer measurement is the length. I.e. 36” x 24” or 24” x 36”
These are the media options we offer, more information can be found here.
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  • Jules M

    Just wanted to say a big thank you to the team for creating our special tram scroll – we love it. Amazing service, very accommodating to changes, reliable and prompt. Would highly recommend your business to others.

     

  • Jo Hill

    Hi Gary l would like to thank you for the great work. the photo looks absolutely fab. l will be getting some more done really soon. regards Jo

    -Jo Hill

  • Di Patterson

    Thank you so much for the beautiful canvas of our beautiful granddaughter. I had a bad day at work but when I came home to find the canvas I had a tear.

    -Di Patterson

     

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