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Globe-trotting muralist 2501 has now reached the shores of Chicago, Illinois where he spent the last few days working on a super-sized piece.

Globe-trotting muralist 2501 has now reached the shores of Chicago, Illinois where he spent the last few days working on a super-sized piece.
Organized by Vertical Gallery and the Wabash Arts Corridor which is Chicago’s “living urban canvas”, the Italian muralist created this signature piece showing some of his abstract black and white imagery against a reddish background that really pops.
2501’s works are visually stunning, diving head first into the essence of line art through his use of monochromatic color schemes that emphasize his technique. With the incorporation of an additional solid color found in the majority of his works, your eyes are automatically drawn to what Never 2501 has masterfully achieved through his line work. 
Reconvene after the jump for a closer look at this artwork and as usual keep your eyes peeled on StreetArtNews for more fresh updates.

Rom Levy

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