It’s safe to say you can walk down any street in the loop and find some amazing public art within a minute or two. How many times have you walked by the bright red dinosaur looking sculpture (Clader’s Flamingo) on Dearborn and wondered who created it or where in came from? You may have noticed certain works in movies, magazines, and photographs. In The Loop has chosen three of the more popular pieces of public art in Chicago to help expand your knowledge of who did what and why. This way, the next time you are walking around the city with your friends or family, you can look like a public art expert.