Say hey, Blogging.la must draw a pretty cool crowd as it was none other than Thomas Ryan Sebastian, the renowned palentologist and owner of the largest private collection of fossilized Permian fecal specimens who correctly identified last week’s mystery photo subject by answering: “It’s the former Edison Power Station No. 33 off Moulton Avenue (right across from the UPS building).” Who ever said Permian palentologists don’t know their shit? Not me! But really, I kid… Thomas Ryan Sebastian isn’t a paleontologist… he just has a real formal and proper sounding name that leaves me to make crap like that up. He’s also this week’s winner. There’s also a sticker in it for special “K” who followed up Thomas Ryan Sebastian with a link to more info about the building. Kudos.
Clue: It took several downtown walkarounds to finally find this popular and well-documented mural. Telling who it depicts will getcha a tattered copy of “Zorba The Greek.” Telling me it’s exact location will get you the glory that comes with being named champion.
Rules: First one to post a comment most correctly and directly listing the location of the photo subject above wins the admiration of the blogging.la readership (or me, whichever’s greater at the time) and a collector’s edition Tush sticker printed with real ink and made with real adhesive. In the event of no one getting it right, the creator of the most entertaining guess will be hailed victorious.