This is the part of the mural that you see coming out of the other end of the railway underpass. A very cool dude with his plaid hat - I wonder if it could be a self-portrait of the artist, Elicser? I'll have to watch to see if this mural gets tagged at all.
Update on the B&W mural of a couple of weeks ago that got tagged - the artist was there this week fixing it and actually extending that mural.
This is a fun mural. I hope it makes it without tags and I'm really glad that black and white mural is being repaired.
glad the b&w is being restored.
Now that's a BIG hat!
I wonder why some murals do get tagged and some don't..could there be some sort of 'taggers code' ? Let's hope this one is on the 'leave alone list' hey Pat :)
I like the beret or version thereof...wonder what the little icon is - looks sort of like a rodent. Another unhappy face, though. And the clothing has a military look. Hard to figure out any meaning.
He certainly has his own unique style, love the rich colours!
It's certainly stylish, but I'm with Lowell... it's a bit of a dour face.
I hope the taggers leave it alone.
It was clever to show the man in a beret, for the slope of the stairs. Taggers beware!
I love it.
I;m so glad the artist fixed the B&W mural. I really, REALLY like that one.
And I do like the way the artist fit the hat into the space here too.
I'm not looking for any meaning in a mural, just visual pleasure. Humorous take.
Wonder if the rabbit on his hat has any meaning?
Maybe it's him :))
I love your mural photos A LOT
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