The Chicago Icon poster features Marina City. Often referred to as "the corncobs," they are a pair of 65-story mixed use towers located on the north bank of the Chicago River in downtown Chicago, Illinois. It was the first urban post-war high-rise residential complex in the United States.
Marina City was designed by Bertrand Goldberg, and construction was completed in 1964.
- Size: 11"x17"
- Frame not included.
The City Icon series of prints depicts iconic city structures in a simple and refined one-color style. Each poster features an illustration of a structure that is integral to its city’s history and features a shorthand form of the city’s name and global coordinates.
Printed to last using select matte inks on premium 100% opaque white acid-free cover with a sturdy 100# basis weight.