Lexington, Kentucky By Michael Korfhage, Joel Anderson, 2014


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Did you know that, in 1789, more horses lived in Lexington, Kentucky than people? That’s why they call it the Horse Capital of the World! Lexington Kentucky is also the Bluegrass Capital of the world, the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln’s wife, Mary Todd, and the home of the famous Lexington Arboretum. In homage to this exciting and historic city, Anderson Design Group hand-illustrated a vintage poster of one of the city’s many horse stables. Styled after the classic poster art of the mid- century, this rendition carries forth some of that famous Lexington history. You can customize your own Lexington poster by size and style. Order our Anderson designs as canvas banners, framed prints, unframed canvases, metal signs, or framed postcards. And to learn more about Lexington or to plan a trip there, click on over to the Lexington Visitors Center.

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