Ladybugs Mural, Artist: Jim Evangelista, Jackson and W. 2nd Avenue, Eugene, Oregon
Painted by Jim Evangelista, it is titled "Ladybugs." It was painted on the back of a former commercial building. The building is now up for lease. There was no indication that the mural would be repaired by the new leasee.
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Joyous Face
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Ladybugs external link Mural
Artist: Jim Evangelista
Of Reality Kitchen external link
W. 2nd Avenue & Jackson Streets external link
Eugene, Oregon external link
(Date Photographed: 12:32:52 Tuesday 29 January 2010)
(Date Published: Thursday 7 February 2010)
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The joyous face of an elderly woman was partly obscured by spray painted graffiti.


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For Lease
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Ladybugs external link Mural
Artist: Jim Evangelista
Of Reality Kitchen external link
W. 2nd Avenue & Jackson Streets external link
Eugene, Oregon external link
(Date Photographed: 12:32:42 Tuesday 29 January 2010)
(Date Published: Thursday 7 February 2010)
© 2010 Bryan Costales
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The mural was drawn on the back of a commercial building that was presently for lease. "Authorized Parking Only" signs obscured the corners of the mural.


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A Plate Of Food
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Ladybugs external link Mural
Artist: Jim Evangelista
Of Reality Kitchen external link
W. 2nd Avenue & Jackson Streets external link
Eugene, Oregon external link
(Date Photographed: 12:32:55 Tuesday 29 January 2010)
(Date Published: Thursday 7 February 2010)
© 2010 Bryan Costales
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The woman held in her left hand a plate heaped with outdoor food.


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Flying Ladybug
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Ladybugs external link Mural
Artist: Jim Evangelista
Of Reality Kitchen external link
W. 2nd Avenue & Jackson Streets external link
Eugene, Oregon external link
(Date Photographed: 12:33:00 Tuesday 29 January 2010)
(Date Published: Thursday 7 February 2010)
© 2010 Bryan Costales
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#C19_0104


A flying ladybug hovered above a yellow flower and appeared about to land.


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Fat Ladybug
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Ladybugs external link Mural
Artist: Jim Evangelista
Of Reality Kitchen external link
W. 2nd Avenue & Jackson Streets external link
Eugene, Oregon external link
(Date Photographed: 12:33:03 Tuesday 29 January 2010)
(Date Published: Thursday 7 February 2010)
© 2010 Bryan Costales
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#C19_0105


A fat ladybug, viewed from above, stood on the stems of yellow flowers.


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About To Fly
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Ladybugs external link Mural
Artist: Jim Evangelista
Of Reality Kitchen external link
W. 2nd Avenue & Jackson Streets external link
Eugene, Oregon external link
(Date Photographed: 12:33:14 Tuesday 29 January 2010)
(Date Published: Thursday 7 February 2010)
© 2010 Bryan Costales
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One of the many ladybugs spread its wings and was about to fly off the mural.


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Graffiti
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Ladybugs external link Mural
Artist: Jim Evangelista
Of Reality Kitchen external link
W. 2nd Avenue & Jackson Streets external link
Eugene, Oregon external link
(Date Photographed: 12:33:28 Tuesday 29 January 2010)
(Date Published: Thursday 7 February 2010)
© 2010 Bryan Costales
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License
#C19_0108


Viewed from the other end, one could easily see that graffiti had begun to deface the mural. This kind of graffiti cannot be simply washed off, or painted over. It will require the skill of an artist to repair the mural.


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