For over 100 years, the Chicago bungalow has been a defining piece of the city’s landscape. From the far north to the farthest south side neighborhoods, this home style reflects the pattern of development in the early 20th century and the American desire for homeownership.
Look closely at this print, Chicago-based collage artist, Catherine Elizabeth, exclusively uses upcycled newspaper to form the image. No paint or dyes. Created with over 100 individually hand-cut and torn pieces found in ads, pictures, and comics, her art exists to tell stories and preserve memories. This is a giclée archival print of her original creation.
Frame not included. Find a frame for this print here. If purchased together, artwork will arrive framed and ready to hang.