Chicago turned into giant Monopoly board by street artist(s)


4 Responses to “Chicago turned into giant Monopoly board by street artist(s)”

  1. jaytkay says:

    Hey the marriage proposal Chance cards are in front of my favorite bike shop! I didn’t know it was more extensive, I thought it was a clever one-time one-day bona-fide marriage proposal.

  2. John Napsterista says:

    The one with the two houses on Albany Ave. is in front of Small Bar (on N. Albany Ave., natch).  Its appearance there caused much amusement and wonderment for a group of us recently, well done Bored!  I think I might go back and take the houses and replace them with a big red Hotel.

  3. yeah, i live in logan here, but as far as i’ve heard it’s only in three locations – not really massive.  i am still hoping that bored – or whoever – will make  said massive version of the game that people can play with strangers they meet on a site, perhaps a social media site, and take pictures of themselves on different spaces collecting rent and seeing the city.

    • chgoliz says:

      I agree.  Street art in Logan Square?  Pshaw: dime a dozen.  Taking it to at least 20 neighborhoods, on the other hand, could be an interesting long term project.

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