The silvery smooth shape of the Airstream was delivered to Americans generations ago, promising a futuristic and lightweight means of road travel. When I was growing up, it was common to see small Airstreams being pulled by Ford or Chevy V-8 station wagons. Then they waned a bit in popularity, stigmatized by a younger generation more enamored of glamorous European travel than by the American interstates.
About ten years ago, Airstream came up with sleek new interior designs that made the trailers fashionable again, and now they are everywhere. Once again cool.
SIZE: This photograph is printed at an approximate final size of a bit over 3x3,” and is printed on cotton rag photographic paper using pigmented inks for an estimated 400-year display life.
LIMITED EDITION: This photographic print is part of a limited edition produced by photographer Lee Rentz. The edition consists of 250 prints, which includes all sizes and methods of printing.