New (Painted) Faces on South Main

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Little by little the Mosaic public art project sponsored by the Center City Development Corp. is changing the face of South Main. Here is a close up look at some complete, and near complete murals. 

This team-painted piece remembers the Memphis sanitation strike. The faces are  all pretty spectacular. 

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This guy's probably my favorite. 



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Or maybe this guy...

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Follow the Jump to see details from Lance Turner's "Jay," a tribute to Memphis garage punk Jay Reatard, and a train-inspired mural. 
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Sixteen coaches long...


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Note the actual cow skull just above the painted one. Nothing beats a mural with bones. 

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And finally, a pixelated rocker...

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The Rocker up close...

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