First designed in 1990, the 30 Cowboys metal silhouette is my signature image. It was my first long piece, and it has been my most popular metal silhouette, by far. Esquire Magazine, Pacific Northwest Magazine, The Seattle Times, and others have featured this images in their articles on my work. Over the years, I have cut hundreds of cowboys in all lengths and scales, and they’ve been used in many ways, such as on ranch signs, coat racks, weathervanes, on walls, open beams, and in large windows. It’s been interesting to see the many ways our customers have used the image.
Sizes and Pricing
The 30 Cowboys is cut from a single sheet of 10 gauge steel, then cleaned and powder coated. In addition to the dimensions below, custom sizes are also available.
- 8 feet long by 11 inches tall – $325.00
- 16 feet long by 20 inches tall – $995.00
- 47 inches long by 11 inches tall – $160.00
- 27 inches long by 11 inches tall – $75.00
- 22 inches long by 11 inches tall – $40.00
You can have any colour as long as it’s black. — Henry Ford
Henry Ford was known for offering only one color on the Model T, and that’s our preference as well.
Powder coating is a process of baking a powder into the steel. It is a very durable finish for indoors or out, and while there are several other color options, touching up future scratches can be problematic for all colors except black. For that reason, we use only black for our standard stock.
However, if you want to explore other color options, we’ll be more than happy to talk with you about your options. We can also make panels with no powder coating at all.