I’m fond of all of these murals. The artwork above is new, I think made in August or September of 2007. There’s no signature. It’s on a garage door at about 14th and SE Stark streets. These three figures capture a bit of the diversity, silliness and camaraderie of inner SE Portland.

The sunflowers first appeared when this building housed the Ryles Center, a missed semi-locked psychiatric ward. The building is now occupied by a motorcycle shop. I like both images, and at the randomness of Division, they sit by each other just fine. On SE Division, about 30th.

At the rear of Hosford Middle School, SE Portland. Drat! Art vandals need spankings.

Created by the Portland – Mutare Sister City Association, located just off NE Broadway at about Grand Avenue, on the side of African Rhythm Traders.

Painted on the side of a neighborhood boho bar called Red Flag at NE 28th and Flanders.

On Vancouver’s Fourth Plain Blvd. Nuff said – the work speaks for itself.