Glad I Saw It: Graffiti on Stucco

I love finding little spaces like this.  This tiny spray-on art is nestled into the corner of a house near the Walnut Train Station.  I really like how some of it is so faded, but the lips and shoulder are still defined.

So much street art is just, as my kids would say, scribble-scrabble, but sometimes it’s really lovely, thoughtful, and fun.  There was much more of both types in my old neighborhood of Sunset Park, but there are a couple of street artists that seem to show up repeatedly around my new environment.  What street art or graffiti or scribble-scrabble have you noticed around your way?

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Adjusting to the car culture, dealing with leaving a career I love, and spouting off along the way.
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