Boston: Anderson Memorial Bridge By Nguyen Tran, Joel Anderson, 2024


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Anderson Design Group collaborating artist Nguyen Tan captures the essence of Boston in this beautiful illustration. Nguyen's Art Deco color palettes and emotive style offer a classic perspective on American travel scenes, providing a sense of nostalgia. Each year, the Head of the Charles draws top-line rowers from around the world along with local hopefuls to compete in one of the largest regattas in the world. The start line is at Boston University’s DeWolfe Boathouse, and rowers finish the 3-mile upstream course at Herter Park along Soldiers Field Road. Anderson Memorial Bridge connects Allston, a neighborhood of Boston, and Cambridge. The bridge stands on the site of the Great Bridge built in 1662, the first structure to span the Charles River. It brings Boston traffic into Harvard Square and was finished in 1915. Inspired by the history and aesthetic beauty of Boston, Anderson Design Group created an original illustration, handcrafted in the classic style of the. 20th Century. To learn more about the park and its features, check out the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum.

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