Pensacola's Graffiti Bridge has some new and very timely artwork up today. Following the death of Senator John McCain, they worked with Chazair Art Studios to pay tribute.
For those who aren't familiar with the Graffiti Bridge, its artwork has a habit of being timely -- honoring Aretha Franklin the other day, for example. People have been painting the CSX railroad bridge over 17th Avenue dating back to 1935. The art changes on an almost daily basis, meaning it's an experience every time you go by.
You got 2 think, show a LiL respect or you’ll be in a chain of fools ! In loving memory of @ArethaFranklin— The Graffiti Bridge (@onlyinpensacola) August 16, 2018
March 25th 1942 ~ August 16th 2018
Artist: Chazair Art Studios & Academy
#pensacola #florida pic.twitter.com/46vU7aIbiS
The Graffiti Bridge has become a tourist attraction, and it's currently ranked #45 of 119 things to do in Pensacola on Trip Advisor.
#mondaymotivation with @chazair_artstudios at #thegraffitibridge in #pensacola #florida ~ I’m thankful to all those who said NO to me. It’s because of them I did it myself.— The Graffiti Bridge (@onlyinpensacola) August 20, 2018
.#airbrush #artist #art @alberteinstein #einstein #einsteinart pic.twitter.com/ElI6cSNjZl
His Daddy’s Bear, Mom’s Lil Sunshine & Harpers Big Bro ~ Happy 10th Birthday Jonah 8.6.08 to 9.3.16 and thank you to the family for having us out for their artwork this year. #restinheaven #jonah #graffitibridge #thegraffitibridge pic.twitter.com/9eKWhMej24— The Graffiti Bridge (@onlyinpensacola) August 6, 2018