SW 34th Street Graffiti Wall
- Gainesville, FL
Pictures of the artwork, memorials, tributes and other messages on the 34th Street Graffiti Wall in Gainesville, FL.
Gainesville's most recognizable landmarks is the 1120 foot long 34th
Street Graffiti wall that borders the
University of Florida Golf
We drove past the 34th St. Graffiti Wall during our last visit to Gainesville for the UF Vs. UM football game.
I set my camera to the "continuous" mode and captured all these images of the artwork, murals, dedications, memorials, shout outs, marriage proposals, birthday wishes, graduation announcements, promotional messages, public service announcements and other notices that appear on the wall.
The structure was originally built as a retaining wall for the golf course back in 1979. It has recently been called a "concrete blog" for the city. Although painting on the wall is technically illegal, it has been overlooked for decades.
For more of my related photo galleries, take a look at the following links: UF Gators Vs. UM 'Canes 2008, UF Vs. Troy State, Lake Alice, the Fun Ford Weekend, the Gainesville Raceway, the NSRA Stunt Show, the Kanapaha Botanical Gardens, the UF Student Agricultural Gardens, the University of Florida Campus 2006, Devil's Millhopper, University of Florida Campus 08, and the UF Bat House.
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