Photograph, printed on archival acid free, heavy paper. 2020.
Location: Old Santa Fe Trail near Kaune’s.
"In earlier days, Santa Fe had a handful of what we called service stations. In fact, I was told that off West Palace, next to where Patina is today, there was a station where people could go before heading out of town. In 1992, you could still top off your tank at this station, however, it was long before the gas dried up, on those early trips to Santa Fe that my family and I would take the road from Clines Corner down to Old Pecos Trail. We’d then hit the home stretch, down route 66, right past this garage. During our trip in 1965, we stayed at La Posada almost the entire summer. My father and his colleague, Chuck Axe were some of the original “Mad Men” who worked for ad agencies in Philly. At the time in Santa Fe, they would pay visits to Alexander Girard’s studio, and watched as Girard sifted through color swatches for their famed Braniff Airline campaign." - Ivan Barnett
• 12" (30.48cm) height of image
• 18" (45.72cm) width of image
• Available in editions of 5
• Price includes the archival print, framing is not included