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Sex, Spraypaint & Satire: Parody w/out HumorNew work and experimental products by Ray NolandOpening Reception:Friday, May 18th, 2012Doors open at 7, 7-11pmGrand Bizzare 1418 W. DivisionWicker Park

Sex, Spraypaint & Satire:
Parody w/out Humor

New work and experimental products by Ray Noland

Opening Reception:
Friday, May 18th, 2012
Doors open at 7, 7-11pm

Grand Bizzare
1418 W. Division
Wicker Park

"Sex, Spraypaint & Satire"New work and experimental products by Ray Noland 
~Coming in May 2012

"Sex, Spraypaint & Satire"
New work and experimental products by Ray Noland

~Coming in May 2012

In honor of the 175 protestors in Chicago and 1000s worldwide arrested this weekend, CRO releases a “Stop the Bull!” Free Download poster pack. http://tinyurl.com/3n56r5a Get Yours Today!

In honor of the 175 protestors in Chicago and 1000s worldwide arrested this weekend, CRO releases a “Stop the Bull!” Free Download poster pack. http://tinyurl.com/3n56r5a Get Yours Today!

'CRAZE' print for the LET THEM EAT CRO show opening next Friday, Oct 7th.

'CRAZE' print for the LET THEM EAT CRO show opening next Friday, Oct 7th.

'Elephant Walk' print Coming Soon! Show opens Oct 7th. 36 East Grand.

'Elephant Walk' print Coming Soon! Show opens Oct 7th. 36 East Grand.

"Baroke" 4 color screen-print available soon. Limited first edition.

LET THEM EAT CRO - A Political Art CampaignCreative agency EURO RSCG CHICAGO will open its downtown offices this October for a unique artistic partnership. As part of Chicago Artists Month, rising Chicago artist Ray Noland, aka CRO, will be displaying his newest work in the agency’s lobby.Open to the public and titled “LET THEM EAT CRO,” the politically charged exhibit will literally takeover EURO, expanding beyond the lobby’s gallery into full-scale wraps of the agency’s 2-story windows visible from the street. Building on his iconic street art, including 2008’s “Go Tell Mama” art campaign, 2009’s “Run, Blago, Run” stencil campaign, and his celebrated covers for the Chicago Reader, CRO’s latest work is a no-holds-barred, non-partisan indictment of the broken political system. Opening ReceptionOctober 7th, 2011, 6-9PMGallery hours: 10-4pm October 8th & 9th Show continues through October 28th, Mon-Fri, 9-5:30pm EURO RSCG CHICAGO36 East Grand Avenue

LET THEM EAT CRO - A Political Art Campaign

Creative agency EURO RSCG CHICAGO will open its downtown offices this October for a unique artistic partnership. As part of Chicago Artists Month, rising Chicago artist Ray Noland, aka CRO, will be displaying his newest work in the agency’s lobby.

Open to the public and titled “LET THEM EAT CRO,” the politically charged exhibit will literally takeover EURO, expanding beyond the lobby’s gallery into full-scale wraps of the agency’s 2-story windows visible from the street. Building on his iconic street art, including 2008’s “Go Tell Mama” art campaign, 2009’s “Run, Blago, Run” stencil campaign, and his celebrated covers for the Chicago Reader, CRO’s latest work is a no-holds-barred, non-partisan indictment of the broken political system.


Opening Reception
October 7th, 2011, 6-9PM


Gallery hours: 10-4pm October 8th & 9th
Show continues through October 28th,
Mon-Fri, 9-5:30pm

EURO RSCG CHICAGO
36 East Grand Avenue

Install at p4f complete! I dunno what to do with myself… eat or sleep.  What a day! Included being at Home Depot at 6am renting a van, getting a  flat tire parked in the lawn of Union Park, had said van towed, forgot  car keys in towed truck and had to track them down, all while installing  this beast in 87 degree heat. Thanks to Greg for coming through  yesterday with some last minute detail work and Mike for being a soldier  today at 7am.

Install at p4f complete! I dunno what to do with myself… eat or sleep. What a day! Included being at Home Depot at 6am renting a van, getting a flat tire parked in the lawn of Union Park, had said van towed, forgot car keys in towed truck and had to track them down, all while installing this beast in 87 degree heat. Thanks to Greg for coming through yesterday with some last minute detail work and Mike for being a soldier today at 7am.

Art as a vehicle for social change

Abraham Ritchie, Senior City Editor of ArtSlant in Chicago sends a shout out to Ray Noland's Run, Blago, Run campaign on WBEZ's 848 this morning. Thanks to everyone who participated in the project. Listen here.

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"Qaddafi: Out of Work" by CRO

"Qaddafi: Out of Work" by CRO