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While many believe The Mother Road has disappeared, Route 66 still exists and is able to be traveled from it's last Eastern terminus in downtown Chicago, Illinois to its Western terminus at the Santa Monica Pier in Santa Monica, California. Route 66 gets its name, The Mother Road, from John Steinbeck's novel The Grapes of Wrath. In Chapter 12, John Steinbeck refers to the 1930's alignment of this road as, "The mother of all roads..." The name stuck!
StudioMagic/LayerCake Elements is proud to present this unique collection from "The Mother Road". Let your clients be placed into a REAL, and very popular, 1950's diner with Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley paintings adorning the walls. Located in Kingman, Arizona this diner is a popular hangout for travelers on The Mother Road, as well as the local residents of Kingman, AZ. Or, place your clients into any of the more than 100 location scenes in the collection. Every photo in this collection is photographed by a Master Photographer and is yours to use as you wish.
- • 30 - High-Resolution, 300 ppi, @ 11” X 14, layered Images. Simply add your subjects.
- • "EasySelect” channels for clean one-click placement of backgrounds and pop-outs
- • Bonus accent layers, like spotlights, birds, trees, moon etc.
- • Themes include: Sports; Children's; Hollywood; Las Vegas; RT66; and many more.