Chicago's Street Art Community Mourns the Loss of One of Their Own

Chicago Newcity | August 6, 2008
On the morning of June 14, 23-year-old Brendan Scanlan, a street artist who went by the name Solve, was stabbed to death in a late-night altercation. Within a few days of the incident, you could find "Solve RIP" painted all across Chicago sidewalks, and at the memorial service, a fellow street artist brought a handful of tees depicting Solve's signature name design.

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