Sweet Sluggo Chalk Art by David Zinn

If you happen to live in Ann Arbor, you may already be familiar with a sweet little resident there that seems to randomly pop up on the streets. His name is Sluggo and he’s the work of David Zinn, an artist that just so happens to love placing Sluggo in some highly imaginative scenes. The happy green fellow has appeared on sidewalks, walls and ledges since 2008, “originally as a chalk drawing of a child that took a strange turn,” Zinn writes on Behance. “He has since developed a widespread reputation as a semi-subterranean jack of few trades with flexible personal architecture and a fondness for flying pigs.” Sluggo even has own Tumblr blog called Sluggo on the Street. I think I just fell in love.

















David Zinn’s website
via [Reddit]



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