Kentucky Oddities Print by Rachael Sinclair

by Kentucky For Kentucky |

The world knows us for horses, bourbon and fried chicken, but we all know Kentucky is so much more than that. There are a lot weird roadside attractions, too! This ‘Oddities’ print designed by Rachael Sinclair and printed by Logan Miller at The Giant Robot celebrates everything cool about Kentucky that you may have driven right by, or maybe never noticed in the first place! Printed on French Paper Co. paper, this 19”x13” colorful print maps out every offbeat tourist attraction in the bluegrass state that makes Kentucky the uniquely kick-ass place that it is! From our beloved castle in Versailles to the most expensive sink hole in Kentucky, that just so happened to be the foundation of the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green; this $25 print covers (almost) all the oddities of our kick-ass commonwealth, inspired by Roadside America.

A small batch of 200 prints will be available Friday September 4th at 10am on our website!

 

This print marks the following Kentucky oddities:

Hillbilly Garden, Wool Ridge Monuments, Giant Burgoo Kettle, Little Green Men Festival, King Arthur’s Round Table Literary Park, National Corvette Museum, World’s Largest Sassafras Tree, Colonel Sander’s Grave, Waverly Hills, Dinosaur World, Wigwam Village Motel No 2, World’s Longest Bat, Mega Cavern, World Largest Vampire Bat, Big Mike’s Mystery House, Rocks and Big Mop, Replica Stonehenge, The Castle Post, Great American Dollhouse Museum, Huge Mortar and Pestle, Vent Haven: Ventriloquist Museum, Animal Mayor Rabbit Hash, Wildwood Inn Tropical Dome and Theme Suites, Bible Mini-Golf, Harland Sanders Cafe and Museum, Kentucky Reptile Zoo, Y’all Water Tower, Bobby Mackey’s Music World, Punkyville, Mother Goose House, Portal 31 Animatronic Mine Tour, Statue of Woman Who Was Buried Alive, and the Hatfield-McCoy Feudin Pig and Stabbing Cabin.

 

Photos by Savanna Barnett

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