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lasalle print

lasalle print
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SKU: 212789

Clearance $129.00 reg. $199.00

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trading up. LaSalle captures the iconic view of the Chicago Board of Trade from LaSalle Street in the downtown Loop. In his original work, artist Ben Holiday recreated the art deco landmark with incredible precision, drawing each building by hand in oil on an acrylic panel. As part of his intricate process, he individually spray-painted the windows, facades and sky with intense tones to enhance the drama of the nighttime scene, digitally replicated on canvas.

ben holiday. Chicago-based artist Ben Holiday draws inspiration from a broad range of subjects and eras for his elaborate compositions—from 1920s terra cotta architecture to 1980s NYC transit graffiti. The common link for Holiday is true to his architectural background: "Understanding the line and how it can be constructed, arranged and represented to illustrate a perspective is uniquely powerful."

CB2 Edition LMTD: CB2 Edition LMTD original works are offered one time only in a small reserve. This special CB2 Edition LMTD print has a limited-edition release of 300.

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lasalle print is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great addition to my city apartment! This print is great - very bright and vibrant in person. My only complaint is the way this has to be hung - it would have been much easier with a string to hang from. Instead there are two very small hardware pieces screwed into the top edge of the frame - not only does this require you to place two nails, and level them, but it was difficult to find the hardware from behind, if that makes sense. I had a hard time hanging this, and it still feels precarious. The hardware is more suitable for a small photo frame, not a 3' x 4' piece of art.
Date published: 2014-12-02