Standard Time Zone Art Print

It's hard for us to imagine, but as recent as the late 1800s there was no standard time around the world. One day in 1876, Sir Sandford Fleming—nation builder and chief engineer of Canada's transcontinental railway—missed a train in Ireland because of a confusing time schedule. So he proposed a single 24-hour clock for the entire world and standard time was born. By 1929, all countries around the world had adopted standard time.

The 'Standard Time' art poster series mixes modern design and historical elements. Three versions are available, featuring alternate selections of cities for each time zone.

Design Features
  • Cities featured: Vancouver, Calgary, Winnipeg, Toronto, Halifax and St. John's for each time zone
  • Each poster includes authentic antique map backgrounds for each featured city
  • Available in a range of colours
  • Printed on high quality, archival grade matte photo paper for the sharpest resolution

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