The Brooklyn Bridge is known to be one of the oldest bridges in America. It was named the Brooklyn Bridge during the late 19th century, a period that would later be known as the start of the industrial revolution. Since it has opened it has become a historical landmark and an iconic part of New York's skyline. At one point it was the only route between Manhattan and Brooklyn.
The Brooklyn Bridge is still standing today while landmarks built at similar times have already long disappeared or collapsed because the architect built the Brooklyn Bridge on a system that was six times as strong as it should have been. As a poster the bridge is has an incredible viewpoint overlooking the New York skyline. Because of this it has become a common centerpiece in modern art work.
Throughout its history the Brooklyn Bridge has always been a great piece for either a poster, or art print as well as for a framed art. As a poster the bridge shows a great deal of Manhattan in it's scenery as well as Brooklyn. With the New York skyline usually displayed in the background the Brooklyn Bridge provides an artistic view point on a canvas or as a poster.