the 50 Babes Project

Miss Utah

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Miss Utah is represented by Salt Lake native Erica who is lounging in a vintage Utah Jazz ringer tee while the trains represent the Heber Valley Steam engine company's cars being filmed in over 31 films and also reference the world's first transcontinental railroad. Baba Black Sheep a beer from local brewery Uinta is resting on the train; in the background the Rainbow Bridge can be seen, a sandstone arch which is the world's largest natural rock-span; Salt Lake City was originally named Great Salt Lake; in 1868 the Great was dropped. the Mormon temple in SLC took 40 yrs to build and the sculpture on the peak of the temple can be seen on top of the 'a' in "Great Salt Lake." Utah is referred to as the beehive state and bees have been used as a symbol for the state.


The 50 babes Project is a new series capturing beautiful babes (men & women) from each state. It is my love letter to the vintage postcards we all know and love.

printed with a border using archival inks.  signed, titled, and numbered (open editions are not numbered). "P" mark will not appear on your print.

open editions printed on archival flat, matte paper.

limited editions printed on thick archival, textured paper.

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