Bart Club street art on a San Diego corner.

Two of three utility boxes at Eighth Avenue and G Street.
Two of three Bart Club utility boxes at Eighth Avenue and G Street.

At the corner of Eighth Avenue and G Street in downtown San Diego you’ll find the Bart Club. At this location, three utility boxes have been painted with whimsical versions of Bart Simpson’s iconic television cartoon face!

Street artists are openly encouraged to make their own contributions of Bart art.

Here are some images that I recently captured…

Bart Club on San Diego street corner has fun with Simpsons character.
Bart Club on San Diego street corner has fun with Simpsons character.
Bart looking like a yellow cactus.
Bart Simpson looking like a yellow cactus.
Bart now has become a banana.
Bart now has become a banana.
Bart Club features many crazy images.
Bart Club features many crazy images.
Another odd Bart Simpson on utility box.
Another odd Bart Simpson on a utility box.
The many fun faces of Bart Simpson.
The many fun faces of Bart Simpson.
Another side of one utility box.
Another side of one utility box.
Imagination run amok!
Imagination run amok!
Bart's unique hair seems plant-like.
Bart’s unique spiky hair seems plant-like.
Pop culture street art in San Diego.
Pop culture street art in San Diego.
Artists are encouraged to contribute!
Artists are encouraged to contribute!

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Richard Schulte

Downtown San Diego has been my home for many years. My online activities reflect my love for writing, blogging, walking and photography.

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