Tuesday, June 2, 2009
Street Art in the Cherrywood Neighborhood
As a follow-up to my last post, here are some rather less controversial examples of street art in my Cherrywood neighborhood, an enclave of grad students and young families on the western edge of the East Side. The artist has painted over the Neighborhood Watch signs. I like the color and cheekiness, and also that the artist is content to anonymously adorn the local neigborhood.
To me, Austin's charm lies mainly in those of its residential neighborhoods that maintain an unassuming and relaxed atmosphere.
I took this photo in the Blackland neighborhood, a few blocks to the south. What a vehicle!
Posted by Andrew Riely at 12:24 PM