Chicago art can consist of paint chips. When artists place such chips on backing material they are collages. Displaying chipped, wooden frames for paintings or photos tell viewers that the painter and/or photographer were careless.
Chippendale furniture should not have chocolate chip cookie crumbs on them; otherwise, viewers who view such photographs will say that the photographer was sloppy. Photographing such furniture comes under the still life and product category. To be acceptable for such photography, Chippendale furniture should not have any chips.
Photographers who photograph Chihuahuas should be certain that these dogs are calm. This is pet photography, and dogs are usually photogenic subjects, but not always. Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) are interesting subjects for aquatic photos. (You cannot catch these fish along Chicago’s Lake Michigan shoreline.) The Brookfield Zoo website does not list any chimpanzees. During Chicago’s spring, summer and autumn, you may see chipmunks in the forest preserves.
Recent weather caused Chicago wind chills. Some Chicagoans may have warmed themselves by eating very spicy chili. Some Chicagoans may have allowed their chins to get very cold.
Chicagoan diners may chide you if you are a chef, and you do not put any chili peppers in chili. If you serve warm ice cream instead of chilled ice cream, you will almost certainly receive chides from irritated diners. Chipped beef should not contain chocolate chips or wood chips.
I. Chicago Chi Chillies
II. Chicago Chi Chip
III. Chicago Chi Chit-Chat
IV. Chicago Chickens with Chi
V. Chicago Chicle
VI. Chicago Chi Corgi
VIII. Chi Chiaroscuro
IX. Chilly Chicago Chi Humps
X. Chilly Chi Powder
Chicago Chi Chillies
In Chicago, if you order a Chicago Style Hot Dog, sometimes the cook will include chili peppers as some of the ingredients. At none of Chicago's restaurants will chefs only serve you a plate of chillies. This slide contains chi on opposite corners.
Chicago Chi Chip
In Chicago, I spotted this wooden chip among snow. I recently added the chi. This is graphic design, and has nothing to do with chivalry. (I did not see any potato chips in the snow.)
It is possible that in some of Chicago's skyscrapers someone is chatting about chi. The Greek, chi letter resembles the English letter x, which is the 24th letter in this alphabet. This slide's, letter balloons qualify this as Pop Art. You will usually see such balloons in comic books.
Chicago Chickens with Chi
This slide's, three, diagonal photos have chickens marching in a parade. (The chickens are people in chicken costumes.) The chi letters in the upper right and lower left corners have 3D effects. This is graphic design.
Chicago Chi Corgi
I spotted this Welsh Corgi at one of Chicago's dog shows. Using graphic design, I added some chis to the bottom, yellow circles. It is doubtful that this dog knows anything about the Greek alphabet.
I took the photo of the frozen water from the park fountain before the recent, polar vortex. However, if such occurred during the recent, cold weather, and you wanted to drink from such fountains, you might need a chisel to chip away the ice.
Chilly Chicago Chi Humps
In winter, and especially after the recent, polar vortex, ice humps form along Chicago's shoreline. This weather phenomena are chilly. Adding chis to them makes the chis chilly (symbolically).