Lee Godie, the "Queen Mother of Chicago Outsider Artists," lived on the street and sold her artwork near the Art Institute of Chicago for more than 20 years. Near the end of her life, the Chicago Cultural Center held a retrospective of her work, which is now being sold by various galleries around the world. Her work consisted mainly of paintings and drawings, but included a number of photobooth photos, often modified by Godie after the fact with words and drawings.
See some of Lee Godie's photobooth photographs.
Contributed by Brian