Wherehouse Art

We were visiting various antique and upcycle stores in the Wilmington area recently and came across this colorful spot. I’m having difficulty recalling the name of this interesting store, I think it may the The Wherehouse. They offer an eclectic shopping experience and worth a trip if you’re in the area. I had to share with Scooj, who documents interesting street art on the blog Natural Adventures. I had difficulty getting better photos due to the many cars surrounding the buildings but you can at least appreciate the scale and colors here.

Noting the artist’s signature, I googled FogleArt and found this artist to be prolific! If you look here on the artist’s Insta account, you can see this wall in its orginal finished state, the colors at their most vibrant, in 2014. Just as each tattoo tells a story, no doubt every street artist’s mural must as well. I know nothing about this artistic genre of expression but have enjoyed the many posts Skooj shares. I have a new appreciation of those who color outside.

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