Wyoming is popularly known as the "Cowboy State," in part because of the use of the bucking bronco as its symbol. But did you know the cowboy was a real person? One of the nation's best, and most distinctive logos, this symbol has been a part of the University of Wyoming since the early 1920's, when UW obtained a photograph of a cowboy, Guy Holt, riding the world famous bucking horse Steamboat. The bucking horse and rider represents the toughness, and the never-say-die spirit that is Wyoming.
This Wyoming Cowboys/Cowgirls logo pictured is 30" X 20" but I can make it in custom sizes. Everything I do is customizable, in fact, so just message me if you have any questions.
Because these pieces are made to order and from reclaimed wood, each piece is totally unique. Your item may differ slightly from photos.