Most people associate the Lone Star State with cowboys, oil and the world’s best barbecue. With Photowall's excellent and high quality selection of Texas posters, you can bring all Read morethat and more into your home, office or any other space you are looking to spruce up. As the saying goes, everything is bigger in Texas. Why not go for the biggest by getting yourself a Texas poster to decorate your interiors with? As per usual, you have the option to adjust these motifs to match or contrast with existing colour schemes and other decorative elements.

The state capital in Texas posters

In the late 19th century, Austin was known as the “City of the Violet Crown,” because of the colourful glow of light across the hills just after sunset. Even up to this day, a lot of Austin businesses use the term “Violet Crown” in their names or slogans. Later on in the 20th century, the city's music scene has earned the city yet another nickname, this being the “Live Music Capital of the World.” One of this metropolis' most significant structures is the Texas Capitol, which is modeled after the United States Capitol. You can catch a glimpse of this magnificent building in the Texas poster named Austin Texas Skyline. This specific Texas poster comes in an array of colours and hues. If you are more inclined to your room being lively, you might want to for the colourful variety. The Texas Capitol was opened in 1888 and is reminiscent of a neo-Renaissance style featuring domes, columns and plasterwork associated with classical architecture. The pink granite used to build it was sourced from Granite Mountain near Marble Falls and has propelled this statehouse to being among the most iconic in the United States with its unique hue. Try to find it on the Texas poster entitled Austin Texas City Map, a visually arresting and gorgeous sketch that can befit any home or office room.

More facts and figures

At 268,596 square miles, Texas is the second largest state behind only Alaska. With more than 28 million people, it is the second most populous behind only California. Aside from being the United States’ leading cattle, cotton and oil producer, Texas is the only state to have the flags of 6 different nations fly over it. These are namely Spain, France, Mexico, the Republic of Texas, the Confederate States and the United States. Somehow they have retained a little of bit of everything, which you can see in the Texas poster entitled Texas State. This lovely work of art depicts the state flag in the shape of Texas itself, with strong colours and the names of its major cities all rendered in charming fashion. This would not only look perfectly at home in a saloon, but also in your residential, corporate or recreational space. There is also a Texas poster that illustrates the different sights and routes of the lone star state in the item named simply Texas. This can even act as an inspiration or guide for you if you plan to visit Texas any time in the future.

History and motto in Texas posters

Let us first dive a little bit into Texas' history, to get a clearer picture of the many variations of Texas posters Photowall provides. The recorded history of Texas begins with the arrival of the first Spanish conquistadors in the region of North America now known as Texas in 1519, who found the region populated by numerous Native American tribes. The Native Americans’ ancestors had been there for more than 10,000 years and Texas even comes from the Hasinai Indian word tejas meaning friends or allies. The official state motto even is simple "friendship". You can celebrate companionship and good will with Texas posters such as the various set of Texas cities skylines, which come in a wide range of colours that can accentuate your interiors. Houston Texas Skyline Blue, for example, is a beautiful image in alluring colour that can be the focal point to establish visual weight in your space.
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