September 25, 2017
IRVINE, Calif. Sept. 25. 2017 – Atomic Ranch magazine announced the sale of a limited-edition collection of Giclee art prints in partnership with illustrator Christian Musselman. The launch marks Atomic Ranch’s first e-commerce venture.
“As the trusted resource for midcentury architecture and design enthusiasts, we are very excited to offer this collection,” said Terry Rollman, publisher of Atomic Ranch. “High-quality graphic art at an affordable price, and in keeping with mid mod style, is difficult to find. We think we’ve struck that balance with these four illustration varieties, created by Christian exclusively for AR.”
The set of prints feature our iconic midcentury rooflines, including Butterfly, Low-Slung, A-Line and Flat-Roof, and are done in a minimalist, line-drawing style. Each print ships free to U.S. residents and comes ready-to-frame at a standard 14″ x 11″.
The prints retail for $39.95 and can be purchased at www.atomic-ranch/prints/.
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About Engaged Media Inc.
Engaged Media Inc. produces rich editorial content in a variety of enthusiast markets, including home, lifestyle, automotive, outdoor and action sports. Popular magazine titles include Cottages & Bungalows, Romantic Homes and Atomic Ranch. The company has built a reputation for editorial excellence for more than 50 years, with contributing writers and editors around the world and across the United States with offices from California to North Carolina.
About Christian Musselman
Christian Musselman is a Denver, CO-based graphic artist and illustrator. He specializes in working with the design features and decorative elements of architecture to reinterpret them in a personalized illustration style. With more than 30 years of experience, Christian takes pride in bringing history to his work technically, professionally, creatively and in a fully supportive way. His goal for every assignment is to work closely with the client to come up with a conceptually strong and well-designed illustration. Find him at: http://www.christianmusselman.com/