A New Jersey artist made a 26-foot tall sculpture of Marilyn Monroe's iconic Seven Year Itch pose and put it in... Chicago. J. Seward Johnson's sculpture gives Chicago residents a permanent up-skirt of the actress, which Animal reports isn't sitting well with everyone, being called “risque,” “controversial” and “a monument to sexism.” One Chicago Tribune writer reports back that "men were standing dwarfed between the giant legs of the fake Marilyn, shooting photos of her crotch while one stuck out his tongue to mime a lick." Stay classy, Chicago.