This is an illustration of Cloud Gate or "The Bean," a modern, public sculpture located in Chicago's Millennium Park. The highly polished exterior uniquely reflects and distorts the reflections of the city skyline as well as the many tourists that stop by for the perfect photo-op. This print will make a wonderful addition to any room and a great gift for those who love this beautiful landmark!
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