The long-awaited 26-foot sculpture of Marilyn Monroe was unveiled at the Magnificent Mile on Friday morning, just the controversy over its bold appearance. The three-piece sculpture by artist Seward Johnson was unveiled in Pioneer Court on the Tribune Tower 6:15 Friday.
The giant sculpture has evoked mixed reactions. On Twitter, called Monroe fans the "shocking". Some observers say they are grateful for that "She's panties." Some people took pictures of the sculpture is called "Forever Marilyn" was surprised when they came to the side and back of the sculpture, and honest-to-goodness lace panties on the movie icon.
Monroe's statue will be presented at next spring at Plaza. Forty nine years after Marilyn Monroe's death was the iconic ivory pleated Travilla dress she wore in The Seven Year Itch sold on 18 June to a whopping $ 4600000th Her red sequined number from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes collected $ 1,200,000 Monroe Saloon costume from River Of No Return was auctioned for $ 510,000. The dresses were part of a Hollywood memorabilia collection belonging to actress Debbie Reynolds.