This pushes the limits on the definition of public art, but it also plays loose with the concept of hidden art. “Hieroglitches” (so reads the hashtag that would seem to name this piece) is right on West End, passed by thousands upon thousands of drivers every day. But unless you stop to visit Three Brothers Coffee, which you should, this narrow walkway is likely to slip under the radar, virtually hidden in plain sight. This is a DCXV Industries production (business home of Adrien Saporiti), also responsible for the big striped “Nashville” mural on Main St. and much more.
Located at 2813 West End Avenue, between the Three Brothers entrance and the backside of Ted Montana’s Grill. Your best bet is to park in the lot of the Park Place shopping center that Ted’s is housed in.
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