Originally published in 1924, this poster promoted travel to Chicago's tourist destinations via the Elevated Rail Lines. Designed by Rocco Navigato, it shows a view of Michigan Avenue looking south and the newly opened Michigan Avenue Bridge connecting the northern and southern halves, once divided by the Chicago River. Navigato's studio was at the top of the Wrigley Building, which provided him this wonderful view of the bridge, the avenue and the London Guarantee Insurance building.
Image size ~20 3/4" x 40" inches
A numbered edition giclée of 500.