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Timelapse: Hawks Mural in West Loop

Ches Perry of Chicago-based Right Way Signs put his Hawks love on display this week on the side of the Palace Grill in the West Loop

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    Footage shows the creation of an awesome Blackhawks mural in Chicago. (Published Friday, June 5, 2015)

    Blackhawks pride has shown up in many forms across the Chicago area, from fan tattoos to team-themed weddings and even pizza.

    Ches Perry of Chicago-based Right Way Signs put his Hawks love on display this week on the side of the Palace Grill in the West Loop.

    In 12 hours, he painted a 400-square-foot mural to cheer on the team during their latest Stanley Cup run. The company posted a time-lapse video of the work.  

    Painter Creates Blackhawks MuralsPainter Creates Blackhawks MuralsChicago-based sign painter and hockey fan Ches Perry of Right Way Signs put his first mural up Tuesday at Commonwealth Tavern. A second painting will adorn Palace Grill beginning Wednesday. NBC Chicago's Kye Martin reports. (Published Tuesday, June 2, 2015)

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