How Do You Move 95+ Austin Landmarks in One Day?

When you’re faced with moving more than 95 Austin Landmarks (in the form of hundreds of framed and/or matted prints and posters, ranging in size from 5×7″ to 24×36,” located in your East Austin studio), there’s only one way to do it: Call it a Moving Sale, and invite fans and friends to own some Austin real estate at deep discounts.

Moving Sale January 25


Sneak a peek at the Vanishing Austin series and the Endangered Species of Austin poster online, then bring your dolly to cart away all those Austin icons at big discounts this Saturday. The art bargains start at just $25.

If Austin landmarks don’t float your boat, come for the hundreds of paintings and prints featuring Southwest landscapes, Mexican mission churches, West Texas wildflowers, abstract photography with a light obsession, and plenty more art in a vivid palette that’s all discounted, too.

My Moving Sale is this Saturday, January 25 only, from 11am-2pm at Austin Details Art + Photo (home to the Vanishing Austin World Headquarters) in East Austin.


SHOP FOR PRINTS Choose from 99+ Vanishing Austin prints and a poster by Jann Alexander, starting at $25.

Endangered Species of Austin, poster by Jann Alexander © 2009

Endangered Species of Austin poster

Shop my Vanishing Austin series: While many Austin landmarks are lost, many are survivors still. Admire them all in a slideshow, HERE. Prints start at $35.

You can marvel at what’s lost and what’s survived in my Endangered Species of Austin poster, featuring 16 Austin icons, and sized at a handsomely large 24 x 36,” available for $25, HERE.


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