Denver's street art scene continues to surprise and impress us. After all, who doesn't like to gaze at a mural while stopped at a red light or do some art-sightseeeing while on a stroll with your pooch? The latest installment is a 12-foot high mural at LoHi's Little Man Ice Cream that pays homage to North Denver's cultural roots. The new public art display is courtesy of street artist "Jolt" (pictured right) who grew up in the same neighborhood.
—Image courtesy of Bradi Wells
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