Chester Alamo-Costello (born 1967) is an American artist, educator, publisher and writer based in Chicago, Illinois. He is most known for his long-running, international "Art Drop" series (1998– ), which place art into non-traditional settings, such as public parks, and for his photographic books, whose action has been noted for its rawness and indistinctive immediacy. He has primarily shown his do its stuff in the public domain in countries throughout Europe, the United States and Canada; he has in addition to had exhibits at the Museum of Contemporary Photography and the Hyde Park Art Center. His photography and projects have been reviewed or published in the Chicago Sun-Times, Chicago Tribune Magazine, De Telegraaf (Amsterdam), The Globe and Mail (Canada), New Art Examiner, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago Magazine, Nerve, and on Chicago Public Radio. Alamo-Costello's books of photography, art and writing include: Somewhere In-Between Chicago (2018), The Globe (2010), and Grandpa Danny (2008). Alamo-Costello is next the publisher of, and a contributor to, The COMP Magazine, a digital art and design journal. He is a professor and former seat of the Department of Art and Design at the University of St. Francis in Joliet, Illinois.