Guardian Building Ceiling Print Socks
Guardian Building Ceiling Print Socks. Another awesome pair of socks you can't live without! Wear a piece of Detroit history! Rock this unforgettable geometric print designed from a grand ceiling detail in one of Detroit's premier art deco masterpieces. Cool socks rule. Original illustration, new from Well Done Goods.
• Full color sublimation print
• Moisture-wicking sport poly. Comfy no stinky!
• Unisex 9-11 (footie shape, not tube)
Photographed by us in the Guardian Building. Handmade in the USA in our Detroit, Michigan studio. Printed 100% in house! These aren't sent out somewhere to be printed - we can make fancy pants full-color prints on socks, woot woot! How fun is that!? Love this print a lot? See it on a pocket square, bow tie, necktie, scarf, drink coaster, or coffee mug too.
Completed in 1929 by Architect Wirt C. Rowland of Smith, Hinchman & Grylls, the Guardian Building, also called Detroit’s Cathedral of Finance, is an icon of Art Deco and Mayan Revival style. The building's three story, vaulted lobby is lavishly decorated with Pewabic and Rookwood tile and features works by muralist Ezra Winter in the mosaics above the main lobby desk and at the end of the banking hall.