The 1940s called, they want their matchbook back.


Yup that's right, this book is a serious relic, dating back to when Walter Leddy was the head pro at Montauk Downs between 1946-1948. 


This piece is a tribute to all things Montauk and the East End. Not only because I grew up playing the Downs several times a year (still in my top 2 public courses of all time), but because it's often overlooked due to the overwhelming number of world-class venues in the Hamptons.


If you've been there you know exactly what I'm talking about. This piece will bring natural vibes, memories and conversations to any room where it hangs and I'm not gonna lie it's tough to part with.

(And yo, how about the back of the book; shuffleboard, bar...OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!)

East End Historical Society (16x24)

    • 16x22 Printed on Moab's award-winning Entrada Rag Natural Fine Art Archival Paper.
      • Enrada is a 100% cotton paper with a sutble texture, excellent ink handling and superb sharpness.
      • Hand-torn & deckled edges. 
    • Mounted on 4 ply museum-rising linen matboard.
    • 16x24 modern white hardwood frame.
      • I hand-sanded the edges and front of the frame to give it a distressed wood East End vibe.
      • Glazing: real glass.
    • Individually produced and signed.
    • Limited edition 1 of 1