Street art photographers ‘gram’ the scene | Functionality

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Oscar Arriola

@oscararriola

Favorite street art spot: “Most of the west loop is immaculate, but there is a wall on Green Street just south of Randolph that has a lot of work to do.”


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Chicago cultural couple

@chicagoculturecouple

Favorite street art spot: “An alley off Halsted between Cermak and 21st – we saw Ray ‘CRO’ Noland stencils, Nice One figurines, Don’t Fret wheat pasta and amazing labels.”


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Billy craven

@billycraven

Favorite street art spot: “Near the corner of Milwaukee and Fullerton behind Liberty Bank is a wall, topped with razor wire, which is regularly hosted every two weeks by old school graffiti artist Flash ABC [Artistic Bombing Crew].”


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Andrew Hickey

@DrewinChicago

Favorite street art spot: “In Little Village, walk along 26th Street from Kedzie to Pulaski. Keep an eye out for the work of one of my favorite Chicago street artists, Miguel De Real.”


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Jeff Mancilla

@acide_gouttes

Favorite street art spot: “I do not give such information to anyone.”


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