Super-detailed maze book shows off Chicago icons

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Artist Matt Haussler, of Bridgeport, creates detailed mazes out of Chicago icons. He released "Start to Finish Chicago: Windy City Mazes" in August. (Ryan Brandoff Photography / Courtesy Matt Haussler / via DNAinfo)

DOWNTOWN — A Bridgeport artist has turned dozens of Chicago landmarks into intricate mazes for a newly released book.

The book, “Start to Finish Chicago: Windy City Mazes,” includes depictions of the Lincoln Park Conservatory, the Art Institute’s lions and the Field Museum.

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Matthew Haussler, the artist behind the mazes, has made a name for himself by creating record-breaking and extremely detailed mazes that show off Chicago’s sights.

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