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Jan Nagalski posted a photo: Heidelberg Project: "Aim High" Kermit the Frog looks like he has mistaken the meaning of "Aim High", as conveyed by his disheveled appearance and the empty Colt45 bottle.

The Heidelberg Project is a controversial outdoor art project conceived in 1986 by artist Tyree Guyton. After his tour in the Army, Guyton returned to Heidelberg Street, his childhood Detroit neighborhood, and he was quoted as saying "it looked like a bomb went off" there.

He began using "found objects" to decorate abandoned homes in the area, for example discarded toy dolls were affixed to the exterior of one house and it became known as the "Doll House". Tourists, and artists alike flocked to the area to be amused and amazed by the vision of the artist. But not everyone saw the artistic achievement. Two Detroit mayors ordered destruction of some of the homes. Then in 2013 and 2014, eight houses were lost to an arsonist in separate incidents. No one was apprehended.

Today, the spirit of Heidelberg Project remains, but vacant lots mark the spots of many parts of the neighborhood.
ficktionphotography posted a photo: Decaying Wall Faces Found in a basement of an abandoned mill where an alcoholics anonymous meeting took place. There were several portrait faces painted onto the walls in great detail. Most of them I could not identify. Perhaps famous recovering or recovered alcoholics? There certainly was no Elvis down there, so they weren't current or failed alcoholics. © 2013-Current.
Tino Schwanemann posted a photo: How do you want to work tomorrow? poster of an alcoholism campaign
ЕвгенийСимоненко posted a photo: Man hand with glass of vodka Man hand with glass of vodka , close up
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W.S.1215 posted a photo: Its True

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