The Cathedral of Commerce
Here is a colorful bit of Art Deco design. 

In the 20s and 30s, massive commercial structures (the Chrysler Building, the Empire State Building, etc.) were built and heavily decorated in the Art Deco style. They were called "cathedrals of commerce" because their magnificence was comparable to that of the great European cathedrals—and because they were likewise dedicated to the worship of a god.

And of course that god was Mammon.


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