Thursday, October 12, 2017

Tattoo shops have the best graffiti

Hi friends! Long time no see. Thought I'd update a bit with some of the great art I've seen popping up around the city lately, plus some stuff I've overlooked in the past. As always, if you see something that hasn't been featured here yet, drop a line with a photo (and how you want to be credited):

(click for bigger image) Mural on the back of Rockwell Tattoo Company on Monona Drive.

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Just a Cool Thing

Gettin' political up in here. Been seeing these all over the place lately - obvs someone supporting Walker's bid for president on an absurdist platform.

Sunday, May 24, 2015

Help a new mural come to life on Willy St!

From Sharon Kilfoy, who runs the Williamson Street Art Center:

The mural will be a celebration of life on Willy Street. It will honor the life of Tony Robinson and others with connections to the Willy St neighborhood who have died through violence.  It will depict no violence, no guns, no 'RIP.' It will show people in happy moments - skateboarding, sitting on the front porch, playing the guitar - activities anyone in the neighborhood would do. 

You can read about the mural in an article in Madison’s Capital Times here:

You can donate to the mural here:
Funds are needed for stipends for the 2 lead artists, for supplies and for snacks for the neighborhood youth who will be helping with the mural.

Please contact Sharon Kilfoy  - – or 608-658-3736 for questions, if you would like to volunteer or if you would like your loved one included in the mural.

Thanks for your support.

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Friday, October 24, 2014

Brain + Beer = Best friends forever

This adorable little tableau was spotted and submitted by JS on the Capitol City bike path behind Regent Street. I'm not sure everyone would agree with the sentiment represented, but this is very Wisconsin.

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Never lost

Mural (in progress still, I think) on the back side of Plan B / behind Cha Cha Beauty Parlor on Willy St.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Another face in the wall

It's almost like the green Zoidberg face thing is trying to mock the red face stencil, but we all know that just comes from being insecure. East side of Madison, on the bike path near intersection of E. Wilson and Dickinson Streets.