333 N. Michigan Ave.
1928, Holabird & Root
Its pronounced verticality, spare lines, and dramatic setbacks were inspired by Eliel Saarinen’s second-prize entry in the 1922 Chicago Tribune Tower Competition. The polished marble base and stylized bands of ornament are the only embellishments on this elegant limestone tower. Low reliefs by Fred M. Torrey depict pioneers, traders, hunters, and Native Americans at Fort Dearborn, which occupied part of this site.
Image courtesy Joe+Jeanette Archie, via Flickr, Creative Commons.
So, that earthquake was pretty heavy, but it looks like everything is going to be ok… Hey, where’d the river go… Oh, look at that little wave coming up the river, that’s pretty cool… HOLY FUCK THATS THE ENTIRE PACIFIC OCEAN. GTFOH.
Red Bull’s record 2.05sec F1 pit-stop, in slow-motion.
Negative charisma X QB Football Skills - Irony = Genius Rap Video