Tragically Hip: 100th Meridian Buffalo Art Print

The American Bison (commonly referred to as Buffalo) dominated the Canadian prairies from the time of the ice age. Estimates put the population at 60 million in 1800, yet by 1899 there were less than 1000 bison due to over hunting. Conservation efforts saved the species and by 2005 the population was estimated at over 500,000.

Our '100th Meridian Buffalo' art print is a important addition to our Canadian Made collection. It's inspiration comes from our prairie family roots and the classic song 'At The 100th Meridian' by Canadian rock legends, The Tragically Hip. The stoic pose of the Buffalo on our print capture the spirit of Canadian hardiness and perseverance. The subtle inclusion of the antique map of Winnipeg is a nod to my wife's hometown, as the Hip's lyrics state, "where the great plains begin".

Design Features
  • Colourful illustrated rendering of the North American Bison
  • Features an authentic antique map of Winnipeg blended into the design
  • Available in several colour options
  • Printed on high quality, archival grade matte photo paper for the sharpest resolution

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