You can find most of Chicago Murals located in three distinct neighborhoods: the South Loop (on Wabash), Milwaukee Ave (from Wicker Park to Logan Square) and Pilsen. The South Loop features large-scale mural installations by Columbia College Chicago students and artists from around the world.

In the past few years the Chicago street art has emerged to become a formal part of the city’s arts and culture offerings. This Chicago mural tour will take you to three neighborhoods to see the city’s 40,000 square feet of street art.

 

Muddy Waters by Eduardo Kobra

Muddy Waters Tribute Wall
Eduardo Kobra
17 N. State Street

From Bloom to Doom
Collin van der Sluijs
1006 S. Michigan Avenue

Retna
The Provocateurs
Retna
33 E. Congress

Big Walls
Big Walls
AMUSE 126
777 S. State Street

 

The Owl

The Owls
Brooks Golden
16th Street Viaduct, Pilsen

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