What's that secret you're keeping?
Talkin' With The Big Man
All I can say is please, not too soon.
You Were Blessed With Heart and A Brain
"Sometimes it's hard to pick right from wrong, so the best thing you can do is go with your heart and hope it all goes well."
16th & St. Louis, North Lawndale, statistically Chicago's most dangerous neighborhood with 124 reported crimes, 11 of them shootings, in the first
fifteen days of August 2016.
Who, What and Why
Who painted this very well done piece (you
have to get close to really appreciate it)?
What does it signify? Why is it done in black &
gray and color?
The frustrating thing about shooting outdoor
art (for lack of a better term) is the lack of
information on these paintings. Generally,
they go unheralded unless done by a white artist with a website. Otherwise they seem to
be neighborhood secrets.
Stone cold, green with envy.
I was standing on a roadway on a wet morning,
turned around and saw this. I had to try for it.
And So It Goes and So It Goes
A photo (mine) of a mural by Chicago
graffiti artist Greve based on a photo by
Chicago photographer Adam Alexander.
Someone To Watch Over Us
A nicely done mural in Pilsen, atop a laundromat
at 19th and Ashland. One of a series of three by mural artist Jeff Zimmermann.
You're In Good Hands
Well, you can be. There are those who do care.
Shot in Pilsen. Arguably the most colorful neighborhood in the city. 19th & Loomis, also known as "Murder Town".
Don't look away. Aren't we all alike?
Painted, seen and photographed in Pilsen.
Fire In The Sky
A wild looking evening sky after a rain.