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I decided to make WPA-style posters advertising things to see and do in the different communities in the city as a continuation of the Chicago Neighborhoods Project. Logan Square was the first neighborhood in the series to be published in 2013. I don’t have any links to Logan Square, but I wanted to try out this illustration style on a template that wouldn’t be too difficult. I had so much fun making the first one that I began working on the second one, Beverly, almost instantly. The series grew steadily from there, with a new print published every few months. The series now includes over 30 prints, and it will continue to expand until I run out of ideas or time. The WPA’s National Parks designs are largely inspired by the majority of the prints in the Neighborhood Tourism series, although there are a few exceptions. The Wicker Park and Kenwood prints, for example, are inspired by the architecture of the Art Deco buildings depicted in the artwork, while the Fall and Summer seasonal prints are inspired by retro travel posters from the same period. The “Chicago Neighborhoods Seal,” which includes the four stars from our flag as well as a cow, not only references the city’s well-known role in history as a meat-processing heavyweight, but also the legendary “Mrs. O’Leary’s cow,” which allegedly started the Great Chicago Fire in 1871, is the one thing that binds all of the designs in the series together.

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Welcome to Steve Shanabruch’s personal design project, Chicago Neighborhoods. The project began in 2011 as a way to combine two of my passions: architecture and Chicago. I started by designing logos for over 100 of the city’s neighborhoods, which led to a WPA-inspired print series called “Neighborhood Tourism.” Though I’ve stopped designing new logos, the print series is still growing.
Chicago is divided into 77 official urban areas, each with over 200 distinct communities. To learn more about the city’s different communities and to see the logos I designed for over 100 of them, click the links below. LOOK AT THE AREA AREA AREA AREA AREA AREA AREA AREA AREA AREA AREA AREA

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Meet the Map of Chicago’s Neighborhoods in Illinois! This hand-drawn map depicts all of the city’s neighbourhoods, as well as the city parks, which are depicted in a vibrant green. With this colorful map print, we’re excited to help you celebrate all of the places you call home! There are two ways to order the Chicago print: Our maps are printed on EcoSilk paper with soy-based inks for reduced environmental impact as part of our contribution to the earth. Our maps are printed locally in Washington, DC, using vivid, saturated colors and high-quality papers and inks to ensure that the colors don’t fade. Our frames are 1″ wide and have hanging hardware for portrait and landscape orientations. The framed prints were delivered fully assembled and ready to display. Our prints are shipped via USPS Priority Mail and come with tracking and delivery notifications. Within 30 days of purchase, we accept free returns. Our FAQ page and our Shipping and Returns page provide more information and responses to commonly asked questions. There’s also this: Greeting Cards from Chicago, 5×7″

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