Chicago Storefront / Mack's Golden Pheasant / 8" x 8" Print
Mack's Golden Pheasant was founded in Elmhust in 1948 by Czech immigrants Frank and Mae Mack. The Czech-Austrian chalet styling is an architectural nod to their homeland, while the Golden Pheasant is a nod to Frank's love of exotic birds. Today the restaurant is run by the 3rd-generation Mack family, serving up a mix of American classic with Czechoslovakian specialities. Designer Ted Zahn pays tribute with this illustrated portrait of the famous Central Camera storefront and signage.
You are purchasing an 8" x 8" fine art print. Each has a .5" white border around so the "live" art area is 7" x 7". These are digitally-printed on acid-free, archival-quality, uncoated smooth #120 heavyweight cover stock. They ship in a rigid 9" x 11" mailer.
10% of the sale price of all Chicago items will be donated to the Chicago Community Covid-19 Response Fund.