Posts Tagged: chicago

Chicago: Simpsons and Other Murals & Slaps

Taken in late July, early August 2016 on iPhone. Photos from Palmer Square, Avondale and Jefferson Park.

Chicago: Simpsons and Other Murals & Slaps

Taken in late July, early August 2016 on iPhone. Photos from Palmer Square, Avondale and Jefferson Park.

Street Art Thrives in Chicago’s Logan Square & Wicker Park 

Walk any mile in the Logan Square and Wicker Park neighborhoods of Chicago and you’ll be exposed to a huge variety and quantity of street art – if you choose to see it. Most people walk past slapped stickers, some

Street Art Thrives in Chicago’s Logan Square & Wicker Park 

Walk any mile in the Logan Square and Wicker Park neighborhoods of Chicago and you’ll be exposed to a huge variety and quantity of street art – if you choose to see it. Most people walk past slapped stickers, some

Donut Art – or at least a little view of some. This picture captures just one of the numerous faces the artist painted on fondant that was laid atop of donuts which had been rotting for a year and a

Donut Art – or at least a little view of some. This picture captures just one of the numerous faces the artist painted on fondant that was laid atop of donuts which had been rotting for a year and a

Slang-ism brightening up Wicker Park. This Chicago neighborhood is known for its eclectic shopping and eateries, but my thrill came from the abundance of street art. We caught Slang finishing up a full wall mural next to the El tracks.

Slang-ism brightening up Wicker Park. This Chicago neighborhood is known for its eclectic shopping and eateries, but my thrill came from the abundance of street art. We caught Slang finishing up a full wall mural next to the El tracks.

Some kind of heads – bird heads? At my sis’s work. #skulls #fieldmuseum #chicago (at The Field Museum)

Some kind of heads – bird heads? At my sis’s work. #skulls #fieldmuseum #chicago (at The Field Museum)

Stairs #nofilter #chicago (at Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago)

Stairs #nofilter #chicago (at Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago)