Map: Vacant buildings get an artistic touch

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The non-profit Neighborhood Foundation and its exec director, Chris Toepfer, partners with neighborhood organizations, local artists and local labor to put decorative panels and artwork on shuttered buildings across the city. [Read more: Sun-Times]

Here is a look at some of the vacant building locations where Chris Toepfer has installed his artistic board-up art:

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