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Domino Coffee Mug featuring the photograph Sugar Factory by Chris Lord

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Sugar Factory Coffee Mug

Chris Lord

by Chris Lord



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R(155) G(165) B(134)

Product Details

Our ceramic coffee mugs are available in two sizes: 11 oz. and 15 oz. Each mug is dishwasher and microwave safe.

Design Details

An grungy industrial landscape, the now defunct Domino Sugar Factory on the Brooklyn Side of the East River. New York City. The Empire State Building... more


11 oz.

Ships Within

5 - 7 business days

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Sugar Factory Photograph by Chris Lord


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Photograph Tags

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Comments (7)

Bill Cannon

Bill Cannon

Nice work Chris!!!

Chris Lord replied:

Thanks very much Bill, appreciate that, cheers.

Steve Breslow

Steve Breslow

I love this shot - I took a bunch of pictures with my brother, walking down the shoreline road through Williamsburgh - got some good shots from street level. But this overlooks the factory - from the bridge? Another building? Great angle -

Chris Lord replied:

Right Steve, this is from the bridge, glad you enjoyed it. Thanks very much for the great comment. Cheers.

Chris Lord replied:

Oh and Steve - thanks so much for featuring it in Urban images. I'm very grateful.

Chris Lord

Chris Lord

I'm sending out a big THANK YOU to Bill Cannon for featuring this image in the "GRUNGE" Group. I'm most grateful Bill. Cheers.

Sharon Mau

Sharon Mau

. beautiful work Chris . . :)

Chris Lord replied:

Thanks so much Sharon, I am very grateful, especially for the feature in the Square Format Group

Chris Lord

Chris Lord

Another huge THANK YOU goes out to Pedro Cardona for featuring this image in the "Vintage Flavored Photos" Group. I'm very grateful Pedro, cheers.

Chris Lord

Chris Lord

A huge THANK YOU goes out to Jouko Lehto for featuring this image in the "Art From The Past" Group. Much appreciated Jouko. Cheers.

Artist's Description

An grungy industrial landscape, the now defunct Domino Sugar Factory on the Brooklyn Side of the East River. New York City. The Empire State Building is seen in the distance. After 148 years of operation, the Domino Sugar Factory is a highly visible relic of New York City�s industrial and manufacturing past.

About Chris Lord

Chris Lord

Contemporary Photographic Art and Travel Photography. I'm the Head Pixie and Pixel Pusher at Pixielated Pixels, British born and bred but New York City-based. I first picked up a camera over 50 years ago. After all these years I am finally happy, creating the images I always dreamed of. Shooting film and printing in the darkroom never gave me as much pleasure as powerful computers and Adobe's wonderful software does today. I began working with computers in the mid-1980s, and now I have become confident and competent with the tools at hand and feel that the world has finally caught up with my eclectic artistic vision. Intense and powerful colors and a somewhat surreal take on reality are the way my mind works and I enjoy producing images...