New Works from E. LEE in Chicago & Bloomington, IL

Chicago based American Artist E. LEE has stayed busy this season with two new street works. The first, titled “Mounted”, is 12 x 35 feet and located in Bloomington, Illinois. E. LEE tells us “Two years ago I had a vision of big gold frames all in a row, with horses sticking their heads out

E. LEE Entices Us With “Free Bird Seed” In Chicago

Street art can and should be fun, as Chicago’s own E. LEE has proven yet again. The artist has completed a quadriptych street piece for the exterior cornerstones of two restaurants bordering Soho House Chicago in the West Loop.  After taking on Superman, The Hulk, and Batman in recent pieces Lee has given life to

Two new works from E. Lee in Amsterdam

Chicago based American artist E. Lee is on the move in Europe, this time putting up new works in the Guezenveld and Slotermeer neighborhoods of Amsterdam. “Remorse” (top) and “Ode to Tulips” (bottom) were completed this week in conjunction with the Street Art Museum Amsterdam. “Remorse” features Superman in a moment of deep thought. It

E. Lee in Shoreditch, London

Chicago based American artist E. Lee has been making his way through Europe and recently finished this untitled piece in Shoreditch London. The mural features X-Men characters Wolverine and Rogue looking to be in need of another superhero to come to their rescue. This continues in the vein of E. Lee’s recent works where we

“The Weight” by E.LEE in Chicago

E.LEE spent his night out working on a large new piece on the streets of Chicago which is entitled “The Weight”. The piece is pretty straightforward and shows the incredible Hulk supporting the ceiling from a collapsing building. E.LEE’s work challenges the way we define our popular culture. His current Superhero Series captures our childhood heroes

“Kiss Of Death”, a piece by E. LEE in Chicago

E.LEE‘s work challenges the way we define our popular culture. His current Superhero Series captures our childhood heroes during their most vulnerable moments. Stripping the context from iconic comic book scenes, each superhero’s story is reduced down to a raw emotion painted on the streets. After a few hours of work, the talented artist finished