The Palmolive building, formally the Playboy Building, shrouded in fog and intrigue. Home to the first Playboy headquarters form 1965-1989 when they moved down the street to Lake Shore Drive. There are certain times when, “if the walls can talk,” is so perfectly apropos. Here you can see the Lindbergh Beacon, in operation from 1930-1981, poking through the fog, helping guide airplanes safely to Midway Airport
Fog lifting from the city’s heights. Sunset illuminated across blocks of skyscrapers. The delicate line where the city meets the sea. Breathtakingly captured through aerial photography, our cityscapes allow the viewer to see the city in a new light.
Photo by John Harrison
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Our ArtLit Box displays bring the stunning photography of our donor artists to life with full LED illumination, created in custom handmade box frames. Unlike some backlit art, our ArtLit´s use the highest quality printing and production processes available:
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