Rogers Gate is one of Columbia College's most well-known landmarks, and it has been for the last 100 years. The construction began in 1911, it was completed in 1912, and it was formally dedicated in 1913. The gate was created as a symbol to protect and guard all who enter Columbia College. Not only is it a great symbol for the college, but it is a well-known symbol for all of Columbia, MO. Even those who attended the University of Missouri or Stephens College are familiar with Columbia College's gate, and we hope it stays around for years to come.
This design has been screen printed onto a much thicker, high-grammage, slightly textured paperboard, referred to as “coaster board” because it’s as thick as a paper coaster you’d find at a pub or bar. This coaster board is slightly textured, a more muted white, and the screen printing was performed by a local print shop in Kansas City. Each art print is a copy of an original hand-drawn illustration by Doodle Station in Kansas City, MO.
Doodle Station is located in Kansas City, Missouri.
:: Size: 8"x8"
:: Laser printed onto eco-friendly cover paper weighing 216 GSM
:: Acid-free paper is made from 100% post-consumer content and has a smooth, bright white finish
:: Comes in a cellophane sleeve