Next time you’re in Terminal 3 at O’Hare, check out the 7 feet x 6 feet LED-illuminated Block I sculpture that was installed this morning.
According to the news release, the sculpture is meant to “celebrate the university’s presence in Chicago,” and it is the result of a collaboration between U of I, the Chicago Department of Aviation, and Clear Channel Airports.
Image: A birds-eye view map of Terminal 3. There are four concourses, labeled L, K, H, and G, that branch off of one main walkway. There is an orange block “I” with dark blue edges and an orange arrow pointing to the location of the sculpture. Image from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Facebook page.
Top image: A rendering of a Block “I” sculpture. The face of it is orange, and the other surfaces are dark blue. It sits on a dark blue base with the text University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in white lettering. Image from Illinois News Bureau, design by ExpoDesign.