Marina City, Chicago. Photograph in Black and White


The famous Marina City in Chicago, otherwise fondly known as the Corn Cobs, captured in black and white.



Marina City, also affectionately known as the ‘Corn Cobs’, was designed by architect Bertrand Goldberg and opened between 1963 and 1967. The multi-building complex hosts commercial and residential space and is the most recognisable and loved structure on the riverfront. Image taken from the Chicago Riverwalk.

All Marina City photograph prints are available on professional semi-gloss or matte photographic paper. Each original print will be signed and fully mounted in your choice of black, cream or white card. Your artwork will be shipped in board-backed packaging within a sealed protective sleeve.

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Additional information

Dimensions N/A

A4, 8×10, 7×5

Card Colour

Black, White, Cream

Paper Type

Matte, Semi-Gloss


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