This is an odd short alley that ends at a lot that is bounded by an street that is more of a ramp to the middle of a former bridge that is now a hump for no reason as the railroad tracks that ran under it no longer exist.
This is part of a series of drawings of Chicago alleys, drawn in India ink on Arches 300 pound hot-pressed water color paper with a Rapidograph pen. Coloring was done with Faber Castel Pitt markers. These markers use India ink which use pigment instead of dye ensuring color fastness and resistance to ultraviolet light.
This drawing is shipped matted and ready to frame as shown using archival materials.
ink on Arches 300# hot pressed