Chicago Storefront / Margie's Candies / 8" x 8" Print
Margie's Candies is a 99-year-old Chicago institution, opened in 1921 by Greek immigrant Peter George Poulos. (He changed the name to Margie's in 1933, in honor of his new daughter-in-law.) Over the years, this place has hosted everyone from Al Capone to The Beatles. Under current owner Peter Poulos Jr., the third generation Poulos owner, Margie's still makes its own butterfat ice cream, hot fudge, and hand-dipped candy. Designer Ted Zahn pays tribute with this illustrated portrait of the iconic Margie's 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 in brilliant high-resolution on acid-free, archival-quality, uncoated smooth #120 heavyweight cover stock. They will ship USPS First Class in a rigid 11 x 9 mailer. NOTE: Shipping times have been slower during the COVID pandemic. Many shipments arrive in 3-4 days, but some can take up to 2 weeks. Sorry, we're unable to accommodate special shipping requests.