It’s no secret that we love mural hunting in the Queen City. It feels like every day there is something new and exciting to see. As much as we enjoy the new stuff, we also love revisiting murals that have been around the QC for a while.
One of our favorites is this enormous piece at JackBeagle’s in NoDa painted by William Puckett, an artist who has covered 10s of thousands of square feet in Charlotte with his murals. The 1200 square foot mural gives us that same “new and exciting” feeling every time we see it because on each visit we notice something (or should we say someone) different.
Over 250 real-life people (274 to be exact) who live and work in NoDa were immortalized in Will’s mural. The result was the largest game of Where’s Waldo in the world, except instead of finding Waldo, you find a friendly face from the NoDa community.
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