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Stephen King of Horror Mural, Portland, Maine
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The "Wall of Fame" on the back of the Center Street Asylum Club in Portland, Maine was repainted in the summer of 2010 to honor Stephen King, Maine's best known author, famous for his works of horror. It was a collaborative effort by a group of 30 artists. The wall is repainted every year.

For more information on this particular mural see the September 24, 2010 article in the Portland Daily Sun at this web address:

http://portlanddailysun.me/node/16375/18808

Otherwise what you have here is a typical urban parking lot. A little more scary at night...

Copyright: Tom Sadowski
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Uploaded: 30/03/2011
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Tags: mural; street art; parking lot; horror; red; black; urban; stephen king; graffiti; ryan; mike rich
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