Alley mural

The alley mural began as a one-man project in the 1980s and became a popular spot for graffiti artists. The city took the spot over in 1999 by hiring artist Katherine Tombeau Cost to paint over the original mural and graffiti with a new 5,000-square-foot mural. The graffiti artists haven’t entirely relinquished their claim to it, meaning that Cost’s mural has been partially defaced with large bubble lettering, but it’s still an interesting (and out-of-the-way) sight. Be sure to seek out the "trippers’" bubble gum wall toward the back. During warmer weather, you’ll often find musicians or dancers putting on solo performances in the alley entrance, hoping to glean donations.

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  • Address: E Liberty Street, by the Liberty Square parking structure
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