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Chicago’s Best Public Art By Neighborhood

Chicago’s Best Public Art By Neighborhood

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Untitled Mural

by Unknown Artist

@ 1117 West Lawrence Ave

Logan Square

Robin Williams - Logan Square

Robin Williams Mural

by Jerkface and Owen Dippie

@ Concord Music Hall

Logan Square 2

Greetings From Chicago

by Victor Ving

@ 2226 N Milwaukee Ave


Water Is Life

by Sentrock

@ 18th Street

Pilsen 2

Courage Has No Gender

by Meg Zany

@ 2150 S Canalport Ave

Pilsen 3



@ 2150 S Canalport Ave


Muddy Waters

by Eduardo Kobra

@ 17 N State St

South Loop

From Doom to Bloom

By Collin van der Sluijs

@ 1006 S Michigan Ave

South Loop 2

Moose Bubblegum Bubble

by Jacob Watts

@ 33 E Congress

South Loop 3

Native American of Chicago

by Ella & Pitr

@ 527 S Wells

South Loop 4

Stop Telling Women to Smile

by Tatyana Fazlalizadeh

@ 801 S Wabash

South Loop 5

Owl Eyes

by Brooks Golden

@ 18th Street & Paulina

South Loop 6

Goralu, Czy Ci Nie Zal

by Zor Zor Zor

@ 600 S Michigan

South Loop 7

Chi Boy

by Hebru Brantley

@ 1132 S Wabash Ave

West Loop

The B_Line

by Multiple Artists (@blinechicago)

@ Fulton Market

Hyde Park

Childhood Is Without Prejudice

by William Walker

@ 1599 East 56th St


I Welcome Myself to a New Place

by Olivia Gude, Marcus Akinlana, and Jon Pounds

@ South Cottage Grove Ave & East 113th St

South Shore

The Rebirth of South Shore

by Marcus Akinlana and Joe Matunis

@ Jeffery Plaza


Untitled Mural

Untitled Mural

by Rawooh

@ S Morgan St & W 32nd Pl

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