There’s a lot to be said about life in Chicago. If you watch the news often and allow yourself to be drawn in by all the murder and gang violence and guns, you’ll constantly miss the beauty it offers. The museums, the festivals in the summer and early fall, the exhibits from artists around the world, the Hebru Brantley murals. We also provide great natural art; the way the sunrises from lake Michigan when you’re looking from a rooftop off Michigan Ave., amazing. Sometimes we tend to forget how fortunate we really are which can lead to not taking in the experiences offered to us thus missing out on trill shit.
It’s not too often in our lifetime we are endowed with such great artistry but I can tell you all we living in that era of life right now. I got a chance to see a young artist of many types and Treated Crew member in his most excellent of abilities. His name is Edo and he recently had an Art Exhibit titled Infinite Inception 2: The Lost at Throop Studio just north of the west loop here in Chicago. It was about the fallen in life and those that inspired the artist Edo. After being astonished by his work and almost chasing Edo around his own exhibit I was able to catch up with this young black king. Live from Throop Studio ladies and gentleman, Edo.