The Swedish Museum's iconic water tower have served as a landmark for the Andersonville neighborhood since it was painted in the 90s. However the record breaking harsh winter of 2014 damaged the water tower and it had to be removed. Luckly, they raised the money and replaced it with brand new water tower. The print is permanently mounted onto a precision made wood panel, and sealed with multiple layers of acrylic varnish for protection and added texture. Sides are painted and also varnished. You can hang it on the wall or simply use it as an interior accent piece. Printed on a high-quality fine art archival paper using Epson Ultrachrome pigment base ink which will last a lifetime under normal indoor condition.