Do you love posting vibrant pictures on Instagram? Well you're in luck because Chicago has some of the coolest murals to add the perfect pop of color to your feed. Not only are there lots to choose from, there is a legendary "Mile of Murals" on the north side that takes you through the historic development of the City as you drive along. Sounds fun, right?! Each mural has an individualistic story and origins that make it unlike the rest and supremely beautiful.
1. Greetings From Chicago Mural
2226 N Milwaukee Ave
This mural is the perfect homage to document your visit to the Windy City. The vintage feel will add every bit of necessary personality to your stunning feed!
Image by [@ana_burduja_]
2. Heart Emoji Mural
1820 W Webster Ave.
This lovely mural is the perfect place to take a picture with your significant other or besties while flaunting your affection. Write a cute caption, and you're all set!
Image by [@theblendgirls]
3. From Bloom to Doom Mural
1006 S. Michigan Ave.
Created in dedication to Redheaded Woodpeckers, a species of endangered birds in Illinois, this mural is absolutely stunning and will be the perfect majestic addition to your feed!
Image by [@duke_dawson]
4. Flamingo Mural
601 N Wells St.
Everyone's instagram feed is in need of a bright pink flamingo. Enough said. Not only is this a flamingo a beautiful shade of pink, it will add loads of personality to your neutral pictures.
Image by [@langhamchicago]
5. Parlor Pizza Mural
1824 W Division St
If your love for pizza runs deep, this is the mural for you! Located right around the corner of the infamous Parlor Pizza restaurant, be sure to stop by and take a quick photo after your delicious meal.
Image by [@ana_burdaja_]
6. Blue and White Flowers Mural
1700 S Wentworth Ave
The blue and white chinoiserie design make this one of the most unique murals in the city and will be the perfect background to bring your next picture to life.
Image by [@kiks_mcgee]
Check these out + more on your next trip to Chicago! Be sure to tag us in your beautiful pictures, we'd love to see them.