This print features some of Chicago's best-known landmarks, representing some of the city's most beloved neighborhoods. Printed on heavy-weight (111#), textured, bright white and acid-free French paper. All prints are signed and shipped out with care. Satisfaction guaranteed.
THE KEY: In order from left to right, there's the Kimball Brownline stop (Albany Park), Andersonville's Swedish water tower (unfortunately out of commission at the moment), the Beverly "castle", Boystown's signature rainbow pillar, US Cellular Field in Bridgeport, Bronzeville's sculptural tribute to The Great Migration, Chinatown's gate (Inscription: "The World is For All"), the Edgewater Beach Hotel, Englewood's South Side Masonic Temple, Humboldt Park's Puerto Rican flag, Hyde Park's University of Chicago gates, Craftsman home from the Irving Park Historic District, Jefferson Park's Copernicus Center, Kenwood's Powhatan Apartment Building, Lakeview's Kwanusila totem pole by the lakefront, Lincoln Park conservatory, Lincoln Square Gidding's Plaza fountain, Little Village's gate (Inscription: "Bienvenidos A Little Village"), Logan Square's Illinois Centennial Monument, The El tracks in the Loop, The Watertower along the Magnificent Mile, Marquette Park's Darius and Girenas Memorial, Midway's Air Traffic Control tower, North Center pillar, O'Hare's Air Traffic Control Tower, Old Town Wells Street Gates, Pilsen's Nuevo Leon (unfortunately burned down), Portage Park's historic theatre, Historic Pullman's Administration Building, Marina Towers in River North, One of Rogers Park's many public murals, Roscoe Village welcoming bridge on Roscoe Ave, South Chicago's Old Union State Bank, the Field Museum, South Shore Cultural Center, Navy Pier's Ferris wheel, Wrigley Field, Uptown's Historic Theatre District, Union Stockyard Gates, University Village/Littly Italy Statue of Columbus, Greektown's Peristyle Temple Monument, Wicker Park's Flat Iron Building
This is a gold ink-on-midnight blue screen printed poster of the city in lines, stretched taut and undulating out into lake waves. The paper is an 80# cover French paper. Each print will come signed in gold ink.
This illustrated marathon map by Cape Horn Illustration shows all the incredible scenes and amazing sites along the course of the Chicago Marathon, from Millennium Park to Lincoln Park to Michigan Avenue. Have you conquered Chicago? This map is a perfect addition to an office...