Street art celebrating Jay Cutler pops up at Diversey and Sacramento

From the makers of the Derrick Rose shrine that popped up on Chicago streets earlier in 2015, the above piece of art honors Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler.

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The piece, done by “Bae Cutler,” is described by the artist as “jay doing his jordan shrug of apathy.”

“Bae” stands for “before anyone else” and has been adopted by many as an alternative to “babe” or “baby.”

The Cutler piece can be found at the corner of Diversey and Sacramento in Logan Square.

Currently sitting at 0-1, the Bears will try and even up their record this Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals at Soldier Field.

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