Seen on the Streets: JASH and SEGE in Chicago

By - Wednesday, May 14th, 2014

Chicago’s Wicker Park was once known as a neighborhood where you could find simple people living a bohemian lifestyle, there were artists, musicians, writers….. but thanks to gentrification, the residents now mostly consist of yuppies and hipsters. This was once where you could go to see art, buy a custom pipe or maybe just hang out with like minded people but now most of the people that come here, come for the trendy bars and restaurants.

Thankfully (for the sake of our viewing pleasure) not every building in this neighborhood has been taken over and a handful of walls are still running strong.
The wall we that we chose to show is in a quiet alley off of a main street and is surrounded by 3 and 4 story condo buildings, it was blessed this past weekend with a dope production by artists JASH (ATT) (DC5) (D30) and SEGE.

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