See list of ALL rides/groups/channels/events.
Archive of past maps for this mass.
Check Current Weather
Live feeds, locations, chat, pics, data, ...
Plot where this mass has traveled.
Post by web, email, photo, SMS, ...
Route log, speedometer, ridecast.
login for personal features.
HELP, intro, history, videos, ...
Find services, sites, food/bar, train, ...
Get directions between any two points.
Police radio, lights, people counter, links...
Bicycling Danger Action Game!!!
Donate. Free stickers.
Search this site.
Only Chicago Info
Show only trusted
Show only admin
Show other users
Show texts and photos
Show photos only
Show just text
something now yourself.
Loop Tattoo 63 E. Lake Street. Artist: Johanna Poethig. http://cpag.net
Jones College Prep Mosaic Planter 606 S State St. Artist Kristal Pacheco. The project consists of four large mosaic planters. The mosaic starts out shaped as a flag with words and images of patriotism, love, and friendship. http://cpag.net
Jones College Prep Mural 606 S State St. Artists Chris Silva and Melissa Quintas. Freshman students worked with the artists to create Soaring Towards Excellence : a unique and colorful mural. The mural is done on plywood, which allowed for interesting cut-outs. Flying images were used as a metaphor for learning and human evolution. http://cpag.net
Mother Nature's Spirit of the Great Lake 233 W Huron St. Artist Oscar Romero. This mural symbolizes the importance of the Great Lakes in this central region of North America. The mural includes images of native flora and fauna. http://cpag.net
RORA 536 W Erie St (At Erie St and the Chicago River). Artist Ginny Sykes. The title of this two part mosaic is Rora, a Potowami word that means 'confluence'. This abstracted mosaic represents the past, present, and future of the Chicago River and its relationship with the City. http://cpag.net
Water Marks at Navy Pier 600 E Grand Ave at Ontario Street, IL 60611. Artists Olivia Gude, Jon Pounds, Keila Songhay Smith, Cynthia Weiss, and Mirtes Zwierzynski. http://cpag.net
Aqua Interlude & Reflection 1200 S. Columbus Dr. Artist: Mirtes Zwierzynski and Maria Gaspar Aqua Interlude & Reflection, was produced this past summer 2011 with the participation of fifty youth, two lead artists, several artist assistants, and many volunteers, in collaboration with After-School Matters. This 1,600 square foot mosaic mural was produced within an eight-week s...
Hopes and Dream CTA Red Line stop at Roosevelt and Wabash. Artists Juan Chavez and Corrine Peterson. http://cpag.net
Near North Montessori Sculpture 1010 W Chicago Ave. Artist Lynn Takata. This sculpture is the result of a collaboration between children and the artist. The sculpture includes domes, enclosures, and doorways, which fascinated the children. Overall, the piece incorporaters the children's ideas on danger, safety, and escape into a beautiful and interactive sculpture. http://cp...
Memorial Wall 1521 S Wabash Ave. Artist John Pitman Weber and Mirtes Zwierzynski. Memorial Wall is a free standing carved brick wall. The wall includes columns, a mask, and wings -symbolizing those who have died. It was commissioned by the AIDS foundation. http://cpag.net
Skinner Park Vegetable Dragon 1331 W Adams St, Artists Phil Schuster and Jennifer Gutowski. CPAG artists used over 2000 pounds of clay to construct this large scale replica of a Chinese Dragon. Skinner park has its own community garden, which inspired the artists to use casts of real fruit and vegtables to create the dragon. http://cpag.net
Jackson School Play Sculpture Project 1340 W Harrison St. Artists Henri Marquet, Nina Smoot-Cain, Cynthia Weiss, and Mirtes Zwierzynski. Much collaboration between artists and students helped design and create this fantastic playground. The mosaic animal sculptures are based on stuffed animals that have been left outside. http://cpag.net
All of Mankind 617 W Evergreen Ave. Artist William Walker. This incredible mural, which is still standing today, depicts the 'unity of the human race'. http://cpag.net
Greenfield Page Community Park 1073 W Maxwell St. Artist Lynn Takata. This South Side park was created with the help of over 150 volunteers (mostly women and children who learned these construction skills for a job training program). The park includes five concrete sculptures and two figurative sculptural benches. http://cpag.net