Guardian Building Ceiling Pocket Square

$ 32.00

Brand Cyberoptix

Guardian Building Ceiling Pattern Pocket Square. Detroit Architectural Detail. Wear a piece of Detroit history! Rock this unforgettable geometric print designed from a eye-poppingly ahhhhhmazing ceiling detail in one of Detroit's premier art deco masterpieces. New from Cyberoptix!

• Structure: Detroit's Guardian Building
• Original tile design: Pewabic and Rookwood
• Photo & illustration: Bethany Shorb 
• Pocket square size: 10.5" x 10.5"
• Full color, all over print on front; white reverse
• Fabric: Silky-soft satin microfiber
• Vegan friendly
• Finish: Rolled zigzag stitched hem. No raw edges! 

• Care: Hand wash cold; lay flat or hang to dry.
• Creases and folds? Iron high.

Looking for this print on more things? Check it out on a scarfbow tienecktie, coffee mug, drink coaster, or socks!

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.

Photographed in the Guardian Building. Designed and hand-printed in the USA in our Detroit, Michigan studio.