CHICAGO (CBS) —  A lot of art starts with a canvas.

And for a group of Chicago high school students, that canvas was the plywood covering windows damaged in the Loop during the recent looting and unrest.

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Their work was unveiled at the BMO Harris bank in the Loop. The students said it reflects a message of hope and change.

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Check out their work through the lens of CBS 2 photojournalist Reed Nolan.

The future plan is to bring the work of art to the DuSable Museum of African American History, to remind us all of this time in history.

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