A couple of stretches of concrete wall in Pilsen have recently been opened up to street artists in Chicago. One of these is on South Wood Street immediately north of the railway tracks (by West 15th Street). This past week, August 2019, a group of artists painted the wall. This is a selection of the murals that now adorn that wall.
below: Some of the new murals
below: As you emerge from under the bridge, this is the first mural that you see on the west side of Wood Street.
below: Peace mural by @sob_e (aka Eliza Riley Delgado)
below: Warrior City Tribe by Mero
below: Breaking down walls and letting the rats and vermin out.
below: Two alligators (Crocodiles?), one break dancing and one stepping out in a hoodie and bling.
below: Sponge Bob Square Pants tries his hand at singing while Bart Simpson spins.
below: On the left is a mural by Yo Loco
below: by @All_CITY_COWBOY, helicopter, music, and mayhem in the city.
below: With the green lizard character standing by