24 Second Shot Clock Monument

24 Second Shot Clock Monument
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24 Second Shot Clock Monument
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24 Second Shot Clock Monument

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Part of the Minimal Landmark Series, "24 Second Shot Clock Monument" highlights the shot clock monument in armory square downtown Syracuse. The monument stands at Franklin and Walton streets in Armory Square and commemorates the invention of the shot clock in 1954 by Syracuse Nationals owner Danny Biasone and gm Leo Ferris. The original clock currently can be seen at Le Moyne College in the athletic center.

Collector’s Edition limited first print run of 25 per size; signed and numbered.

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Digitally printed on 210 gsm archival art paper with matte finish

6-color Canon ChromaLife100+ archival ink

Hand-signed by Ryan Wood

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