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Have you seen an abandoned cube? 500 cubes were dropped around Chicago. Sadly, some haven't been seen since. If you've seen or have any information on the whereabouts of a cube, post it here. Or help us by downloading missing cube fliers and hanging them around your neighborhood.

#1 Cube Wrangler commented on 1/20/2010

Here's a video you can share. Thanks for your help in finding the lost cubes.

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#2 Cube Wrangler commented on 1/21/2010

Here are the fliers you can download. Thank you in advance for your help.

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#3 Cube Wrangler commented on 1/21/2010


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#4 Cube Wrangler commented on 1/21/2010


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#5 Emily commented on 1/22/2010

ha that is hilarious


#6 Mary commented on 1/22/2010

I am liking these posters. Wish I knew where these long lost cubes have run off to!


#7 sarah of chicago commented on 1/23/2010

Vry funny! I wish I would have found one myself, but I like seeing what others are doing.


#8 aaron commented on 1/26/2010

I saw a cube sitting behind the bar at a place called Toons on Southport in Wrigleyville. I asked the bartender working at the time where it came from be he wasn't sure.


#9 Neighbor1 commented on 2/1/2010

I saw "Cube Enriquez" near Francis and Point St, West-Bucktown.


#10 ugly4us commented on 2/2/2010

I'm a little late with this.

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#11 ugly4us' poster commented on 2/2/2010

i'm a little late with this, take 2.

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#12 erinn strain commented on 2/3/2010

Enriquez cube is still at Francis and Point 1pm Wed...

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#13 Cube Wrangler commented on 2/6/2010

We checked out the reports of the missing cube at Toons. It's legit, but it's not one of the missing ones. It has already completed its art project (in French even). See it at

As for Cube Enriquez, if anyone can help move it to the Art Institute, contact us at [email protected]. Thanks!

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#14 Gamze commented on 2/8/2010

I think you're lucky no one called the bomb squad on one of your cubes....

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#15 Cube Wrangler commented on 2/8/2010

A fair concern, Gamze. City officials were alerted before the campaign was launched, to avoid any potential misunderstandings.

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#16 Catherine commented on 3/15/2010

I saw Cube Enriquez near Francis and Point St, Logan Square, close to the california "El" stop. is this cube lost?

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#17 Cube Wrangler commented on 3/16/2010

Thanks for your question, Catherine. As a professional cube wrangler, I've had to learn to accept that some cubes aren't meant to be wrangled. Cube Enriquez isn't lost. Rather, it has an independent spirit which simply cannot be harnessed.

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#18 Catherine commented on 3/16/2010

Well that is excellent news! He looked a little chilly when i saw him and i was worried. Hurray for independent spirits that cannot be harnessed! :D

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#19 Gina commented on 3/17/2010

I found Cube Enriquez in West-Bucktown on Point Street on 3/17! How exciting, but this cube has already been found. What does it mean for a cube to be discovered? Is there a life expectancy for these cubes? What a neat project! I don't yet understand fully how all this works, but I plan to do my research. I am on the look out for more cubes. To be continued....

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#20 Larry Roth commented on 3/19/2010

I found "my" cube @ a cash station.
Thanx, I'll keep my #319 on display in my humble apartment.

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#21 Sarah commented on 3/27/2010

We have found a cube in logan square. Its on the corner of Point & Francis.

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#22 seth commented on 4/12/2010

Found the same cube Sarah found -- Cube Enriquez.
P.S. Mike Royko grew up right there on Point Street.

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