During the 1920's, the city's finest graphic designers were commissioned by railroad and rapid transit companies to produce advertising posters that encouraged Chicagoans to use their servicest for more than commuting to work. Noted artists including Norman Erickson, Arthur A. Johnson, Raymond Huelster, Urgelles and Oscar Rabe Hanson created beautiful, and sometimes dramatic, images that beckoned people to the parks, museums, universities, and other nearby locales. Our Ravinia Park poster was created in 1925 by Arthur A. Johnson to promote rapid transit as a means to carry the masses to Chicago's North Shore. Many of these original posters are held in the collections of the Chicago History Museum. Dimensions: 23 7/16" x 36"