Dimensions: 13" x 19"
Here's the outcome of loving your neighborhood and bird's eye view maps. This is one of my favorite stretches of Ravenswood, right along the corridor, where the El makes its turn at Wilson Avenue and the Metra makes its stops. There are historic Romanesque and wood-framed churches, the Abbott mansion and the Sandburg home. It's also home to thousands of us who love the tree-lined streets and spectacular summer nights on restaurant patios.
Printed on Off-white 80lb textured cover stock paper
Shipped USPS or can be picked up from Leland & Hermitage Ave. Place your order and we'll ask what you prefer.
The original is also available for purchase, two of them actually: the pen and ink original and the first version with color. If you're interested, write to phil(at)capehorn-illustration.com.
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