The fish market at the Wharf is the last remnant of a rapidly changing neighborhood undergoing a $3 billion redevelopment. Around 20 restaurants and shops are opening, with more grand openings and celebrations planned for other businesses well into next year. Opened in 1805, Maine Avenue Fish Market is the oldest continuously operating open-air fish market in the U.S.
This image is part of the series 'Postcards from Washington DC' that aims to represent the contrasting life in the capital.
POSTCARDS are 5.47x4.21" printed on recycled matte paper. The postcards come in a clear sleeve and they are shipped in a paper envelope. We use First-Class Mail, unless with another item.
PRINTS are 8x10", 11x14" or 16x20", including 1/4" border for framing. Open edition printed with professional archival inks on acid-free, 100% cotton rag for long term durability (museum-quality giclée). Stamped and signed on the back. The prints are packaged in a protective sleeve with a sturdy backing board in a rigid kraft mailer. We care about the environment, so we ship using recycled or reused materials whenever possible.
Carlos Carmonamedina studied Fine Arts in Mexico and Romania. His artwork, which combines his love for travel, bicycles, food, old cameras and comics has been featured in many exhibitions around the world.
After living in Europe for 7 years, he is now settled in Washington DC, where he works as an illustrator and graphic designer.