Chicago's Loop Jams to Color –Erik Cagle
The good folks of Chicago have been going about their business this summer with an added splash of color in their lives, thanks to the vision of a multimedia artist realized through a local Signs By Tomorrow franchise.
The artist, Jessica Stockholder, unleashed a wealth of colors for the intersection of Adams and State streets—in the heart of the Loop—including orange red, sky blue and leaf green. The result: Color Jam 2012, a 3-D multimedia endeavor that became Chicago's largest-ever public art installation. The installation will be on display through the end of this month; unfortunately, leaving Graph Expo attendees in early October out of the (color) loop, so to speak.