Joe Alcorn took photos Wednesday of Wylie Caudill’s chalk art on a wall on the Martin Luther King Boulevard viaduct just off East Main Street in Lexington. Artist Wylie Caudill created the Pokemon mural over the weekend.
Joe Alcorn took photos Wednesday of Wylie Caudill’s chalk art on a wall on the Martin Luther King Boulevard viaduct just off East Main Street in Lexington. Artist Wylie Caudill created the Pokemon mural over the weekend. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Joe Alcorn took photos Wednesday of Wylie Caudill’s chalk art on a wall on the Martin Luther King Boulevard viaduct just off East Main Street in Lexington. Artist Wylie Caudill created the Pokemon mural over the weekend. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

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