Commission from World Business Chicago to celebrate the 35th Anniversary of Chicago Casablanca Sister Cities International. Sam Kirk is the first woman to participate in the “CasaMouja” Annual Street Art Festival in Casablanca.
Chicago Native, 2018
Commissioned by adidas for adicolor campaign, Chicago
"FREE TO BE ME" BROADWAY YOUTH CENTER, CHICAGO, 2018
Worshop held with youth in the dropping program at Broadway Youth Center to create a mural that celebrates who they are and provides visibility.
Power to the People, 2017
Commission for ACTIVATE Chicago, State Street and Lake Street. Highlights Women in the Trade Industry.
Logan Square Mural, 2017
Bringing culture back into Logan Square, this mural was created to highlight the culture that existed in Logan Square before it was gentrified.
by Sam Kirk and Sandra Antongiorgi
La Diosa De Oro, 2017
Little Village, Chicago, 2017. Featured on "Interrupt this Program", Canadian Broadcast Channel.
Brilliant, Bold, Beautiful, Brooklyn, 2017
Brooklyn Community Pride Center Mural, Collaboration with Jenny Q
Si Se Puede, 2017
Commission for Columbia College, Dolores Huerta Dedication Mural, Chicago, IL, 2017
Viva Futbol!, 2017
Commission with Major League Soccer for 2017 All-Star Game in Chicago.
Vejigante, Mask On, 2017
Commission by the Chicago Cultural Center for Chicago's Riverwalk
This is Us, 2017
Mural Commissioned by the Saugatuck Center for the Arts, Collaboration with Andy Bellomo, Miguel del Real, and Ruben Aguierre
Weaving Cultures, 2016
Commissioned by Chicago Public Art Group. Encourages unity while highlighting women in underrepresented communities. Lead Artist: Sam Kirk, Co-Lead: Sandra Antongiorgi
Searching for Mentors in Memories, 2016
Part of the Mujeres Poderosas Exhibit at Pilsen Outpost, 2016. Piece discusses the need for more living female artists as icons in the industry.
Chicago Made, 2015/2016
Commissioned by Choose Chicago to design the booth space for their participation in SXSW 2015 and 2016. The piece celebrated all the things that are great about being from and living in Chicago form a local point of view. The piece was also printed on vending machines, t-shirts, and flyers.
Tasty Trade, 2015
Commission for Tasty Trade Chicago Headquarters Office, 2015
Vist Hermosa I, 2015
Commission to celebrate the culture of their restaurant, 2015
Do balloons cry when you let them go?, 2012
En Masse Mural, 2012
Collaboration with En Masse and Street Artists from Chicago
The Culture Clash, 2010
My first public mural, discusses the gentrification of Pilsen while highlighting the culture of majority of the residents that currently live there