This long mural is painted on a construction fence along Water Street just north of the Milwaukee Public Market. Artwork is by Ayla Boyle, John Kowalczyk, and Tyrone Randle.
This gorgeous mural is on the south side of Milwaukee, but I forget exactly where. I’ll have to research. That’s what happens when I don’t post right away. 😦
This was done very recently. I just noticed it the other day when the bus drove over it on Bremen and Burleigh in Riverwest. At first view from the bus window I thought it was chalk and was disappointed when it rained overnight, but it was still there the next day and I was able to get off the bus a few stops early and check it out. I don’t know the significance yet or what 24 means (the RW must refer to Riverwest) but I’ll find out and update this post.
Uncle Sam’s subs is on Oakland avenue in Oakland, PA, a suburb of Pittsburgh with a number of colleges and universities including the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon. Note tennis shoes hanging from the power lines.
This mural on the west side of the Wisconsin Black Historical Society building on 27th and Center has seen better days but it’s beautiful nonetheless.
That’s Jeremy Novy’s piece on the bottom. He has also painted koi swimming on the sidewalks around Milwaukee, Los Angeles, and elsewhere.
I especially love the horse! Lovely little wall.