For the kids and grown-up kids of Chicago, here's a drawing that takes you on a journey from A for Adler through Z for (Lincoln Park) Zoo and everything in between. With vivid colors and a fun style, this print would be a great addition to any playroom, bedroom, classroom. For all the meanings behind each letter, click here!
Available in a larger size (18" x 24") and a smaller size (13" x 17.375"). Ships out promptly, packaged in plastic wrap inside a protective tube. Framed prints and canvases are shipped out with professional-level care and protective wrapping.
More about the framing: Alder, Semi-hardwood frame; Black in color; 0.75” thick; Acrylite front protector; Lightweight; Hanging hardware attached
More about the canvas: 20.5 mil thick canvas, 470gsm; Mounting brackets included - centered on frame; Hand glued solid wood stretcher bars; Printed on textured and fade-resistant canvas (OBA-Free); 1.5" deep; Hand-stretched; Hand glued solid wood stretcher bars; Matte-finish coating
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