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Not all street art encompasses a door. But this creation in Urbana, Illinois blends door into art seamlessly.
Very cool photo 🙂
Thanks. Glad you like it.
LOVE it! Talented street artist and a door – big hit. 🙂
Too bad it’s in an alley!
Wow, you found a very unique door – very creative of the artist must say!
A creativity I don’t possess, that’s for sure, Suvi. 🙂 But at least I can take a photo of it.
That. Is. AWESOME! Nice find 😀
Glad the street artist expert enjoyed it, Norm. 🙂
Very interesting and vibrant piece of street art, well-captured!
I featured another part of this art in an earlier post, but they’re both in an alley which is too bad.
I love that, it’s brilliant. Does his head disappear behind the vine when it greens up?
I suppose it does, Jean. I’ll have to check if I’m back there in summer. 🙂
What a cool capture, Janet! 🙂
Thanks, Amy. I’m glad I walked through the back way.
That’s pretty cool looking.
Someone did good work.
Very cool! 😀
Glad you enjoyed it, Linda.
Very cool find. Love this
I can’t imagine drawing/painting on that scale, Raewyn (or, for me, on any scale.) 🙂
Street artists amaze me.
Me, too, Patti!
Love this! So funny really. 🙂
When you look at the subject, it really is rather funny, Sylvia.
It tickled my funny-bone. 🙂
Am glad the artist went around the door – it (door) would otherwise have been hard to see! The artwork – the guy with a walker, I wonder what it refers too… It’s a great find!
I don’t know, but the artist did a good job.
Now that is a door with a difference. What a rather strange/alien person
What incredible street art
There are some amazing artists out there, Becky.
Interesting graffiti art door.
There was some more similar art just down the alley.
Now, that’s a door post! Nice find and thanks for sharing it.
My pleasure. Thanks for commenting.
Fun to find where I didn’t expect it.
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