The works of street art brought to you by Howard Street Gallery with a vision to promote positivity in the community
Graffiti has evolved into this quasi-mainstream art form that continues to receive much hatred despite its over usage on television, advertisements, and high fashion.
Come enjoy the liveliness and unity of community at the 2nd annual Villapalooza in the heart of Little Village. We spoke to some participating parties and organizers of this year’s event to get a sense of what the fest brings to the table…
Fresh off his Chicago debut at OhNo!Doom, Cayetano chats with us about pop surrealism, the benefits of being an artist, magic, and the America’s art landscape.
The newest group exhibition from Bucktown’s finest doomed gallery opened Saturday. We were there to gather insight from some of the artists and attendees alike.
Growing up as a Mexican-American male, I never truly felt any persecution based on my race. Besides, no one could tell that I was Hispanic anyway.
At Gozamos, we like to give respect and put others in a similar game as us on as frequently as possible. Grime Time Magazine finds success in the underground scene going from printed zines to cool apparel. Andres brings us some of their flavor.
The Chicago Fringe Festival returns for its second year, promising to be bigger than last year, running over two weekends and hosting performances later in the evenings.
The We Are Hip Hop Festival brought out some of Chicago’s talented writers to go head to head in a friendly graffiti battle.