The state of Ohio got its name from the Iroquois word ohi-yo, meaning "great river." In the more modern times, it is known as the Buckeye State because of the buckeye trees commonlyRead more found throughout the beautiful Ohio River Valley. The trees produce small brown nuts that look like the eye of a deer and it is said that carrying one in your pocket is good luck. Ohio posters can also be that lucky charm in your interior decoration. This place is full of many interesting tidbits, such as Ohio being home to the world’s largest cuckoo clock. The giant, yet fully functional structure is appropriately located in Sugarcreek, also known as the “Little Switzerland of Ohio.” Then there is the fact that seven presidents were born in Ohio, making the state known as the “Mother of Modern Presidents.” These presidents are Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford B. Hayes, James Garfield, Benjamin Harrison, William McKinley, William H. Taft and Warren G. Harding. With Ohio posters, you will not only have beautiful sight in your home or office, but also something that carries with it charm and history. These motifs can be altered to match or contrast with your existing colour schemes, overall aesthetic and other decorative elements.

The main player in Ohio posters

The capital of Ohio is Columbus, which is the United States of America’s 15th-largest city, a diverse city with funky festivals, die-hard sports fans and a famously long-lived gorilla, the first in the world to be bred in captivity. Among Columbus many aliases, including Cowtown and Cbus, there is also Arch City, an 1890s nickname, stemming from the city's construction of arches over key streets back in the days. Ohio posters will show you the diversity in this metropolis architecture. One structure of which is the Huntington Center at Huntington Plaza, which was the tallest building built during the 80s. It’s distinctive shape stands out in the skyline, mimicking the outline of the state of Ohio. Spot the over 150 meters tall building in Ohio posters like Columbus Ohio Skyline. Items such as these can be the ideal focal point to decorate your residential, corporate or recreational space with.

The Rock and Roll Capital of the World

If you have never been to Cleveland but follow professional basketball, you probably know it’s home to the Cleveland Cavaliers. Or perhaps you have heard of Cleveland’s Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, chock full with the world’s largest collection of musical instruments, videos, album covers, funky concert digs and other rock and roll artifacts. Bring that funky vibe into your space with Ohio posters. Fun fact to know is that inductees to the Hall of Fame become eligible only after their first commercial recording was released at least 25 years ago! Although Cleveland has a big reputation, it is actually not Ohio’s largest city. Rather, Cleveland has a population of merely 383,000, giving its downtown and vibrant neighborhoods an almost small-town feel and thus more character. This character is also very present in Ohio posters like Cleveland Ohio Skyline Blue.

The fun in Ohio posters

Nicknames can also be very funny and only remotely connected to its root. In Cincinnati's case, the nickname “Porkopolis" is justified since it used to process more pork than anywhere else in the United States of America! Nonetheless, Cincinnati is a very innovative town with a significant skyline. In this set of Ohio posters you can buildings like Ingalls Building, which was built in 1903. This unassuming structure is the world’s very first reinforced concrete skyscraper. It still stands 100-plus years later, something that you can relay when putting up an Ohio poster that is visually arresting and historically interesting.
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