Street Artist Roa's New Mural in Chicago for "Art in Public Places"

By - Tuesday, August 14th, 2012

ROA just painted the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago on a classic Windy City canvas. He painted a brown concrete wall separating raised train lines from the street, using three faces of the wall, one hidden at first glance, to create a “more than meets the eye” mural in his signature style. ROA was the next artist in Pawn Works Gallery’s “Art in Public Places” Program after Reyes from San Francisco recently did his thing. Photo: Nick Marzullo for Pawn Works Gallery Source: Brooklyn Street Art

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