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"Hell will freeze over" on person wrote on the new mural outside The Violet Hour in Wicker Park.

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Cellphone photos and baseball hats are normally not allowed, but on Monday rule breaking is allowed.

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From a rushed glance, one passerby called the mural "pretty" and another "really nice," artist said.

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Toy guns bought from thrift stores were disassembled to get fewer guns out of kids' hands, artist said.

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Artist said the work is a reflection of a time that most eating tacos across the way do not know about.

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Monday's James Beard awards and a New Orleans bar with Wicker roots served as the mural's inspiration.

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Bucktown artist Dusty Rabjohn used Saturday's warm weather as a chance to create the striking mural.

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Artist Juan de la Mora, Jr.'s bluefin is vibrant and catching second glances in Wicker Park.

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Who would know the speakeasy bar's murals better than the guy who stares at them for hours each night?

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The latest Violet Hour Wall is preceding Does' new show, opening Friday at Maxwell Collette gallery.

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The Bureau of Architecture and Design also won a prestigious Beard Award in Chicago Monday.

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The lounge is known for switching up facades and did the new "completely ironic" wall in-house.

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The exterior wall of the speakeasy cocktail lounge welcomed spring-like weather with new art.

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Artist Rex Flodstrom said he wants folks to draw their own meanings and enjoys hearing interpretations.

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The Ink Factory's "community of curiosity" mural will last through next month's Chicago Ideas Week.