801 S. Wabash (north-facing wall)
French artist, Kashink, is known for painting large four-eyes characters, using bright colors and thick lines. She says she likes exploring the absurdity of social interactions through the theme of masks, the taboo of death and the various ways of dealing with it, especially in the Latino culture. Kashink is also known for wearing a mustache, much like the images she creates. Thanks to Chicago Truborn Gallery for curating this piece.
“Be The Change” (above Kashnik’s piece) painted by Stuk One.