Art museums in Chicago, Cleveland take Cubs-Indians rivalry to another level

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CHICAGO — Even the fine arts are getting in on the Cubs-Indians World Series rivalry.

The Art Institute of Chicago is bringing it big time. First, they put Cubs batting helmets on their famous lions for the first time ever. Then, they started posting photos on Facebook of some of their most well-known works of arts with slight Cubs-inspired alterations.


The Art Institute of Chicago has been calling on The Cleveland Museum of Art to get in on the fun, and here’s how they responded on their Facebook page:

Pretty good, but all we can say is we’re glad we’re on the Art Institute of Chicago’s team. GO CUBS GO!

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