Where To Find Amazing Murals in Chicago

Where To Find Amazing Murals in Chicago

After speaking about street art in Chicago from our last post (10 Midwest Street Artists to Know in 2019). We received quite a few inquiries on where to find good street art in the city for an up close and personal look. There are amazing individual works scattered throughout Chicago, but there are also places where you can find a collection of captivating murals all together. Here’s some of our favorite spots.


16th St Murals 

922 W. 16th St.


This 2 mile long embankment located in Pilsen is an absolute gold mine for street art. With nearly 100 different artists you could easily spend half a day here. This location doesn’t just feature the who’s who of the Chicago art scene, it also hosts a strong collection of mural work from international artists.
Brett Flanigan x Cannon Dill (Top)  POSE (above) GAIA (below)





2001 N Mendell St


Ozinga is a ready mix concrete supplier and a big patron of the arts it seems. Here you’ll find work currently by CZR PRZ (above) Hebru Brantley (below) as well as Max Sansing, Rawooh, ROA and Sick Fisher.




Crawford Steel

3141 W 36th Place


Here you’ll find a heavy mix of graffiti accompanied by edgy visuals from a large variety of artists from all skill levels. Work is rotated monthly so you can expect to see old pieces vanish and new ones consistently appear. If you’re a fan of classic graffiti, we highly recommend checking it out. Some of our favorite mural pieces we’ve seen here were created by
Rawooh (above) Sub-Urban Warrior (below)




The B Line

N Peoria St. & W Hubbard St.


The B Line is a mile-long art experience underneath a train line in the Fulton Market meatpacking district. Their mission has been to resurrect one of Chicago’s most rare displays of public art. Here you’ll find a nice blend between emerging street artists and international veterans. You can tell by their selection that they have put a lot of time and consideration with each artist they’ve chosen. A couple pieces that stuck out to us were by Craino (above) Tubsz (below)



We’d like to take this time to remind everyone when taking selfies by street art, do your best to please credit the artist. Many of these creators are working hard on exposure and have listed their name on the work. By tagging them and using their name in hashtags, it helps bring awareness to their effort.

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