Fly me to the moooooon! Ohhhhhh! Illustrator Lotza‘s illustration is a true work of art that pays tribute to the fascinating history of the Chicago Theater. This iconic venue has seen some of the biggest names in music, film and theater, and has had many milestones in its history.
One of those milestones came on September 10, 1986, when the Chicago Theater reopened after several years of renovation. To celebrate this momentous occasion, none other than one of the greatest artists of all time was chosen to perform the inaugural show: Frank Sinatra.
Lotza’s postcard shows the theater’s magnificent facade with its famous golden columns and graceful statues. But what really catches the eye is the illuminated inscription at the top of the marquee, where Frank Sinatra’s name is displayed in majesty.
This poster is a moving testament to the rich and fascinating history of the Chicago Theater, and to the incredible talent of Frank Sinatra, who was able to gather an enthusiastic crowd to celebrate the reopening of this legendary venue. It will be perfect for all music, movie and culture lovers who want to add a touch of nostalgia and elegance to their home decor.
You will find below a situation to better see the postcard.
The postcard is sent in a bubble envelope.
Size: 3.93 x 5.28in
Paper weight: 736.5in
Matte coated paper.
This postcard is an original work by Lotza and is printed in Charente, France.