Minnehaha, Lake Minnetonka, Express For Wayzata Greeting Card
Minnehaha, Lake Minnetonka, Express For Wayzata Greeting Card by Graphic Designer Rich Sladek.
STREETCAR STEAMBOAT MINNEHAHA
The streetcar steamboat Minnehaha is one of the most iconic symbols of Lake Minnetonka’s heritage. The vessel was originally in service between 1906 and 1926. After being scuttled (purposely sunk) in 1926, the Minnehaha was raised from the bottom of Lake Minnetonka in 1980, restored to her former glory, and returned to active service May 25, 1996. The Minnehaha remains a cherished icon of the Lake Minnetonka community.
4.5" x 6.25" folded greeting card, professionally printed on uncoated smooth white 130# thick card stock. Blank inside for your own personal message. Includes white envelope and individually packaged in a clear plastic sleeve.
Inspired by vintage-style travel/national park posters of the 1930’s, Rich is working on a collection of original graphic poster art illustration showcasing current and historical Lake Minnetonka and beyond.
- Original artwork by Image Quest LLC