Headlining today’s post … an eye-catching mural by My Dog Sighs

On Sunday, I returned to Philadelphia and spent the day exploring the Society Hill and Washington Square West neighborhoods.

Above the intersection of South Street and S Sixth Street is this eye-catching mural the British artist My Dog Sighs created the latter part of September with support from HAHAxParadigm and the South Street Headhouse District.

This delightful dormouse graces the alley entrance to the Mostly Book bookstore. It’s a collaborative piece by Bear_2.1.5 and Evan Lovett. The mural reminds me of the wonderful illustrations Graham Oakley created for his children’s book series The Church Mice.


Philly artist Adam Crawford at work on his latest abstract mural

Tom Brady snatched from victory … Philadelphia Eagles’ fans adore this mural by Meg Seligman Studio.

Sean 9 Lugo posted a number of righteous wheatpastes along South Street.

Philly Heavy

An odd menagerie




The sky is falling

Yea, the sky is falling

Artists find the area’s numerous metal electric utility boxes an irresistible temptation.

Flying squirrel or a game of squirrel toss? … Sean 9 Lugo

Citykitty and Rockin Bones

Get lost

My Dog Sighs

four-eyes … @lemonsparklefantasy

Walking along Bainbridge Street and Kater Street I came across quite a number of captivating wheatpastes and stickers.

Doorways on Kater Street

Selfie this … by Crisp

Stylin’ and stompin’ … KORS

I’ll always remember … My Dog Sighs

Sputnik … Dr. Scott

God shave the sheep … @littlericky001


Benedict Donald … Dog Byte

Aspire to inspire … Wrdsmth

David Bowie whispering Love More … Voxx Romana

Family TV night … SCRAPS Collection

Prickly pear cactus … @nutostudio

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