Street Art, Short North, Columbus, Ohio


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While visiting friends in Columbus, we happened on some really fun and colorful street art in an area near the Ohio State University campus called the Short North. At one point I caused my hosts a bit of consternation when I disappeared down a side street to capture these first three images, which were all part of one wall.

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This long wall was completely covered in images.

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I particularly like how this blue guy is holding the electrical conduit outside the building like a spear.

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I think this little guy might have been added on later by a separate artist/tagger, but it’s hard to know where one things stops and another starts.

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Is bd the artist? Who knows?

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I like the octopi and the angry blue triangle-headed guys here. A nice octopus-looking creature showed up in another mural across the street so maybe the same artist/s did both walls?

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A hat pulling a rabbit wearing a hat out of a hat. Top that!

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That is one cool flower, man.

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This is on some board in front of a construction area at a crosswalk.

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This wall is across the street from the first long wall.

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Even the pole for the parking sign is painted, as well as the sign above the wheelchair parking sign.

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Here’s that lovely octopus I was talking about. His tentacles are reflected in the roof of the car parked beneath him.

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Tripping – that word comes to mind.

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A little poetry and possibly a peeking giraffe?

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The sort of Seussical end.

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