When visitors and out of towners think of Seattle, they think of many things - the beautiful San Juans on one side and Lake Washington on the other. Mount Rainier to the South and the Olympics on the Peninsula to the West. The Ferries, the 12th Man and of course the rain. These are all good starting places, but the number one thing people people associate with Seattle is is the iconic Space Needle.
Inspired by the Stuttgart Tower in Germany, the Space Needle was conceived by the artist Edward E Carlson and sketched on a napkin in a coffee house for the 1962 World's Fair in Seattle. Ultimately constructed by Howard S Wright Construction, the Space Needle opened it's doors on April 21, 1962.
Since then, the Space Needle has gone on to become one of the top tourist destinations in Seattle. It includes a number of amenities including a top star restaurant with the very best view of city.
As a top tourist destination spot, naturally the Space Needle has a number of different photo opportunities. As part of their package the Space Needle gives visitors the opportunity to take home photos in beautifully printed and branded photo frames. Enter A&A Printing in Seattle and Guided. A&A printed these little beauties and Guided completed finial finishing which included die-cutting, scoring, folding, glueing and final fulfillment.