Dimensions: 11" x 14"
This is a parody illustration of the famous New Yorker cover by Saul Steinberg, "New York to New Yorkers." I've always loved and admired to the illustrations in that magazine, and this is (just) a tribute.
It's true Chicago has played second to New York's first in many things. But we wear that proudly: We use the nickname "second city" as a badge of honor. But Chicagoans are often accused of being self-centered at the expense of its suburban and downstate brethren.
Printed on heavyweight 80# acid-free paper. Shipped flat in a cellophane sleeve, sandwiched between two backing boards, and placed in a hard-document mailer.
Frank Lloyd Wright was a key figure in the Prairie School of architecture, and Oak Park was his early stage. He set up shop in 1889 with a home and studio and fanned out with client work, gaining prestige as he pushed the boundaries of...
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Places like Amsterdam, Stockholm and Venice have long histories and illustrated maps from the Age of Discovery, 15th to 17th century. Chicago's a newer city but I thought it needed something similar to recognize the photogenic lakefront and architectural legacy. There are nods to Louis...