"Kiva Lodge Motel" Main Street, Mesa, AZ - 1984

 

The fabulous Kiva Lodge sign which is located in Mesa, is one of the greatest old neon signs from the 1950s. The Kiva Lodge motel's buildings were constructed in 1925; but the iconic, neon Native American chief sign was erected sometime during the 1950s. If you look closely, you can see the word "refrigerated" printed across the chief's headdress. Unlike most o my vintage signs, this motel is still operating.

 

This photo is taken from my self-published book "Signs of the American Southwest" and is part of a four photo set.  

"Kiva Lodge Motel" Main Street, Mesa, AZ - 1984

$45.00 Regular Price
$31.50Sale Price
  • Photo comes signed and sequentially numbered from a limited edition run of 50 prints. This is the inaugural run. 

     

    Each print comes matted in a high quality11x17" black mat with the photo centered in a 7.5"x 9.5" opening. Mat is beveled cut with white core and 4-ply thick (about 1.4 mm or 1/16 inch).  Also included is an 11x17" backing board.  Both are enclosed in a plastic sleeve. 

     

    Photo is digitally printed on heavy 14 pt stock, semi-gloss, high quality paper using 5-Color Pigment/Dye Reactive ink producing vivid colors and sharp, crisp details.   

     

    Prints will last up 100+ years when maintained in proper conditions.  We suggest using "UV-Filter Glass" in your frame which will protect your photograph from 99% of harmful UV rays, as well as provide crisp image resolution for many years.