Introducing Chicago Patterns

John Morris 2 comments

Welcome to a new project that visually documents the patterns that define the neighborhoods of Chicago.

The idea behind Chicago Patterns is that neighborhoods are identified by the man-made artifacts that make up the visual landscape. Buildings, infrastructure, businesses, art, and other items we see every day serve as puzzle pieces that create the culture and identity of a neighborhood. I will try to identify those patterns that give each area its unique identity.

This first entry is the view on Milwaukee Avenue.



2 responses to “Introducing Chicago Patterns”

  1. Matt says:

    I love your stuff, I might be contacting you in the future for album artwork or maybe even just a print. Really beautiful work.

  2. Valerie says:

    What a great concept – nice work!

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