Nick Ulivieri Photography X Chicago Architecture Center

Exclusive prints at the Chicago Architecture Center Design Store

For years people have asked where they could buy prints of my photos. And for over a decade the answer was always the same: “nowhere, except through me.” That’s why I’m so excited to announce that I’m finally selling prints in a retail setting: the Chicago Architecture Center’s Design Store. This is the only retail location that sells my work. The initial collection of five photos is available in two sizes: 11×14 and 5×7; the latter are lightly mounted to 8×10 mats.

11×14: $54.95
5×7 (matted to 8×10): $24.95

The prints are archival-quality fine-art giclées. Giclée is a high-quality digital printmaking method using specialized printers and archival-quality inks for detailed, long-lasting reproductions.

But, the prints are only available in-store so you’ll have to visit the CAC to get yours. We hope to grow the collection over time, too. We may even take your feedback on which photos you’d like to see on sale. Additionally, we may offer bigger sizes, and framed pieces in the future, too!

Here’s a peek at the first five photos the CAC team and I decided to offer:

SMALL details

Each print is signed, on the back and includes an informational badge that provides context to the photo, such as the date taken, location of the shot, and insights into creative decisions I made.  The signed badge can be mounted to the back of the print’s (future) frame as a finishing touch.


Top left: The signed badge included with every print; Bottom left: A 5×7 print with an 8×10 mat; Right: Me and my prints

Limited time prints

But wait…there’s more. In addition to the core photos, the Design Store will carry a rotating photo that matches the seasons, or celebrations, of Chicago. To kick off this first collection, a St. Patrick’s day-themed photo is available as a 5×7 print mounted to an 8×10 mat.

Chirish | Nick Ulivieri Photography X Chicago Architecture Center


The Chicago Architecture Center is located at 111 E Wacker Drive. It’s just steps from the corner of Michigan Avenue and Wacker Drive. If you stop by and pick one up, tag me on Instagram!