Golden Boy Digital Print
Golden Boy Digital Print

Golden Boy Digital Print

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Iconic view of the Golden Gate Bridge from Fort Point, a not-so-secret surf spot for SF locals. 

  • Printed with 8-color UltraChrome K3™ inks
  • Printed on beautiful 300 gsm Hot Press Bright paper
  • Archival prints of the highest possible quality
  • Signed by the artist
  • Printed in California

Need a different size?

We can print up to 44” wide on most of our designs, so contact us for a quote if you need a specific size.


About this Print

This print, and all the prints in the “Rewitzer Reproductions” collection, begins with photographs (typically his own) that Eric hand-transfers onto a piece of linoleum (or wood). Using Japanese wood-carving tools, it takes Eric anywhere from 40-80 hours just to carve a plate. Once he’s achieved his desired, we scan Eric’s original prints to a create high quality digital reproduction, which we then print with8-color archival inks on archival bright white heavyweight paper. The result is beautiful and vibrant, and every digital print is is signed and embossed by Eric.


Meet Eric Rewitzer

Eric was born and raised on the industrial shores of Lake Michigan. He
took the California Zephyr from Chicago to San Francisco in 1987. It
was a one-way ticket. Eric finds constant inspiration in the natural
variation of the California landscape and the diversity of Californian
culture. You can find more of his work in the “Woodcuts and Linocuts”
collection, as well as the “Creature Feature”, “Go By Train, and “Ports”

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Cathy Eville
My favorite bridge

A lovely print of my favorite bridge in my favorite city.

Laura Bontrager
Vivid Color

The print was well-packaged and included a tissue paper liner to keep the lines clean. It looks great, but I didn't quite realize the dimensions would mean a custom frame. I think if I had it to do over, I'd have bought it framed to save me the trouble of searching high and low. I went with a magnetic frame that hangs much like the scroll calendars from Chinatown in SF!