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The Face Stencil Graffiti

{ Submitted by George Middlebrooks (twitter.com/gmiddleb) } 3 of 6 in a series captured in an alley behind Market Square. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic them and direct message us on twitter.

{ Submitted by George Middlebrooks (twitter.com/gmiddleb) } 3 of 6 in a series captured in an alley behind Market Square. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic them and direct message us on twitter.

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  • { Submitted by Jason Mynatt (flickr.com/photos/jas_132) } Jason says: 'Spotted these in a little alley on West Clinch, just across from the Tennessee Theatre gift shop.' Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic them and direct message us on twitter.
  • { Submitted by Jennifer Anderson } Making friends? One of the (coincidental?) appearances of The Face with The Giraffe, this one near Market Square. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic them and direct message us on twitter.
  • { Submitted by Jennifer Anderson } Making friends? One of the (coincidental?) appearances of The Face with The Giraffe, this one on 5th Avenue. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic them and direct message us on twitter.
  • { Submitted by Margaux Verdera (twitter.com/mizmargauxxx) } Ms. Margaux snapped these faces in the parking lot behind John H. Daniel, between Summit and Jackson. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic them and direct message us on twitter.
  • { Submitted by Rose Kennedy (twitter.com/roserk) } Rose likes that this plywood canvas on Church Avenue is temporary and mobile. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic them and direct message us on twitter.
  • See no evil. Gay Street construction. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic them and direct message us on twitter.
  • The eyes have it, hidden by the rail road tracks in Old City. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic them and direct message us on twitter.
  • State Street, in triplicate. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic them and direct message us on twitter.
  • Just outlines, on the corner of State Street and Summit Hill. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic them and direct message us on twitter.
  • { Submitted by George Middlebrooks (twitter.com/gmiddleb) } 1 of 6 in a series captured in an alley behind Market Square. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic them and direct message us on twitter.
  • { Submitted by George Middlebrooks (twitter.com/gmiddleb) } 2 of 6 in a series captured in an alley behind Market Square. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic them and direct message us on twitter.
  • { Submitted by George Middlebrooks (twitter.com/gmiddleb) } 4 of 6 in a series captured in an alley behind Market Square. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic them and direct message us on twitter.
  • { Submitted by George Middlebrooks (twitter.com/gmiddleb) } 3 of 6 in a series captured in an alley behind Market Square. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic them and direct message us on twitter.
  • { Submitted by George Middlebrooks (twitter.com/gmiddleb) } 6 of 6 in a series captured in an alley behind Market Square. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic them and direct message us on twitter.
  • { Submitted by George Middlebrooks (twitter.com/gmiddleb) } 5 of 6 in a series captured in an alley behind Market Square. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic them and direct message us on twitter.
  • { Submitted by Corey McPherson (twitter.com/guyonabike) } Hmm. Something different! Note the ... lightning bolts? Squiggles? What is the artist trying to tell us with this sighting on Central Street, near Magpies?. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic them and direct message us on twitter.
  • { Submitted by Dash Roberts (twitter.com/dashroberts) } Did someone have a little accident? The face, on the Daylight Building on Union. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic them and direct message us on twitter.
  • { Submitted by Adam Brimer (twitter.com/maxpatch) } Three of many in the Fort, these are on 12th and Highland. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic them and direct message us on twitter.
  • Couldn't capture the entire collage of face on this pole on Jackson Ave., under the overpass.. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic it and direct message us on twitter.
  • 'Visitors, Use Jackson Avenue'. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic it and direct message us on twitter.
  • All covered up on a door alongside The Catalyst on Jackson Ave. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic it and direct message us on twitter.
  • 'No Trespassing,' Jackson Ave.. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic it and direct message us on twitter.
  • { Submitted by Margaux Verdera (twitter.com/mizmargauxxx) } Another sighting by Ms. Margaux,  on Jackson Ave.. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic them and direct message us on twitter.
  • ... with James Dean. { CORRECTION: With Camus. Thank you for the info, Betsy DeGeorge (twitter.com/betstyd) } On the 500 block of King Street. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic them and direct message us on twitter.
  • You see here just three of the five repeats of the face, stenciled onto an extension of Harb's Carpet Cleaner on North Broadway. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic them and direct message us on twitter.
  • As it appears in triplicate on the side of a building on the 600 block of Central Avenue. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic it and direct message us on twitter.
  • The artist seems to love this corner of Broadway. One of three stencils on the same block as Everything Mushrooms. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic them and direct message us on twitter.
  • Improving the landscape, on a Dumpster next to Everything Mushrooms. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic it and direct message us on twitter.
  • Note the careful placement of A FREAKING HUGE SCREW JEEZUS. Down the block from Everything Mushrooms. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic them and direct message us on twitter.
  • Someone didn't care for this one on Jackson Ave., between Manhattan's and John H. Daniel. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic them and direct message us on twitter.
  • Another set on Jackson Ave., between Manhattan's and John H. Daniel. Have your own images of The Face? Submit them to beesonl(at)metropulse(dot)com or twitpic them and direct message us on twitter.

This art has popped up around downtown Knoxville (beyond?) over the last several months (or longer?). It's a curious enough thing that we've made some space for it on metropulse.com. With the (very) faint hope of answering the question invariable uttered by those who talk about it. 'Who's doing that, anyway?'

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