“These visions of Dave Grohl”
David Grohl Alley officially opened as an attraction on August 1, 2009. Artists from a local gallery painted the pavement, graffiti-style murals, and plywood canvasses of Grohl art that were hung from the alley's walls -- offering visions of David Grohl as everything from a harlequin-style Fiddler on a Roof to a superhero erupting from a drum. ''We wanted to make it one of the best spots in the city," said Joe. "If you saw it before, it was one of the worst.'' Local artist Joel Eggert to hand-carve the World's Largest Drumsticks out of two poplar logs, each 23 feet long and weighing a half-ton. They were added to the alley in May 2013.
I thought it was very cool. That was a good alley. I have seen many alleys and that was one of the cool ones.
It has very beautiful artwork on the walls of the alley and cool sculptures. It’s worth it to stop by for 15 minutes to admire it.
It was a cute stop - i guess you need to be more of a fan to really appreciate it. A couple cool paintings and statues, but not much else going on.
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