A fair haired gallery girl checks out the Chicago street art scene.
These photos were taken around the West Loop - home to meatpacking plants, trendy restaurants, and now: guerrilla street art. It seems local artists are rebelling from galleries and making their mark on the city in public spaces. Dilapidated buildings become the canvases on which they paint their masterpieces.
While public officials might question the legality of the practice, we can certainly enjoy its beauty.
Thank you to my friend Beth who made an amazing model!
Outfit: Dress: thrifted, Hat: vintage, Shoes and rain boots: Beth's own, Purse: thrifted, Necklace: Forever 21, Umbrella: Target
Photography, Hair & Makeup, Styling, and Production by Fauxshionable