The mural tour continues downtown and in Short North and beyond.
James ‘Buster’ Douglas was a heavyweight boxing champion from Columbus. A restaurant in an alley downtown has him taking down Mike Tyson!
Around the corner is a blues bar with a full back wall of murals.
Graffiti on the walls that seems to have itself been graffitied.
In the Short North area nearly every street corner along High Street has a mural or two.
Sideway Mona Lisa in an alley.
The BLM movement has resulted in numerous additions to the collection, with relevant social commentary.
The artist Daniel Rona has many murals throughout the city feature characters with X’s for eyes.
How true – live every day like it is your last!
A retaining wall along Broadway showing the history of the Clintonville neighborhood.
This drive through carry out on Parsons Avenue had an eclectic collection of people, and the used car lot next door’s collection of cars.
Columbus College of Art and Design (CCAD) has an entire alley of fantastic murals.
Next stop – the Milo Grogan neighborhood, and an artist group’s collection.
This food pantry had a nice mural, with the well placed left over paint bucket.
Our final mural is along a gym in Grandview Heights.