This is what happens to nondescript walls if Cleveland Public Art has its way.
The nonprofit organization has spurred dozens of masterpieces (no entry fee required) across the city of Cleveland since its inception in 1984.
Pictured above is one of CPA’s grander and more recent endeavors: Pixelating Morgana, a 300 by 20 foot mural which brightens the Morgana Run Trail in Slavic Village. The work was completed by artists Christopher Diehl, Sean Breslin and John Troxell with support from Slavic Village Development Corporation and ParkWorks last summer.
Cleveland Public Art is also responsible for some of the most recognizable sights in the city of Cleveland.
One of my personal favorites: