Lucky Stars Ranch isn’t a ranch at all,
More of a …….preservation society.
“And, what are they preserving?” you may ask.
Advertizing and program art from American rodeos, mostly from the 1930’s. Some complete with fold lines, tears and stains.
We’d seen their prints online before, but what a treat to stumble upon them in person, at the Ft Worth Stock Show and Rodeo last week. (bad iPhone pic, the colors are much more vivid in person……and my Photoshop abilities are limited)
Here’s a smattering of what they have to offer…..(with much better colors too)
Pretty fun ride, am I right?
18 X 24 is the perfect size, Not too big, not too small. And at 25 bucks………how could I not get one, or two?
This one I found online a few years ago.
It has been in the master bedroom since we moved in……
…and this one I pickup at the Stock Show last year. (It’s hard not buy all of them, but I don’t want some kind of “theme” in the house…Sheesh)
Not sure what were going to do with the newest addition yet….maybe in a bathroom remodel soon……
Oops, was that foreshadowing?
I love Rodeo prints and although your are vintage, you might also like these from Wyoming and South Dakota. I purchased 2 of them and the colors are beautiful and rustic, dead on the ones on the website-http://www.bobcoronato.com/pages/PrintsforSale
Wow to the WOW! Those are awesome! I’m gunna need more walls now……
Well, once again you’ve given me a place to order something from!! Love love love the rodeo posters from your last post. I ordered one as soon as I finished reading your post!! Thank you soooooo much for all the interesting and helpful posts!! Look forward to them daily, weekly, monthly! So helpful.