The Writing is on the Wall: Graffiti Series 17 Puddles

I enjoy traveling through the many neighborhoods in Atlanta if not for their diversity of styles, then for the hidden murals that can be found all over. Driving along it can be difficult to stop and “snap” a mural.  I usually have to proceed a couple of blocks, then find parking and walk back.

These expressive eyes on a brick wall made me do just that. The artist must have known his work would “interrupt” the lives of everyday people momentarily passing this spot.

Puddles Pity Party mural, Atlanta, GA @caveal

https://prezi.com/p/9o2kcflocpjy/puddles-pity-party-mural-by-chris-veal/

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2 Comments

  1. Oh my! I find clowns kind of creepy, so even though this is well done, I wouldn’t want to have to see it on a daily basis.

    1. Author

      Candice many find clowns unnerving, you are in good company. The symbol of our church is a clown it’s open arms. The motto: Asbury Memorial Church, Where the love of God is expressed creatively.

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