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Mural installation at Sammich on E.185th Street

July 1, 2017


Check out a new mural as it is being painted THIS weekend at Sammich (at the corner at E.185th and Abby Avenue). Artist Bob Peck will be painting all day on Saturday and Sunday. So stop by and grab a sandwich and watch the mural in progress.

More on the project:

If you have not been on E.185th Street in a while, you are missing out! New businesses are opening and adding increased vibrancy to the street. One such business is Jack Flaps Sammich. Owner Randy Carter opened the doors to this sandwich shop and deli - where he sells house made meats– in spring 2017.

Around this same time, Cleveland artist Bob Peck was looking for wall space for his next set of murals. The location had to be right - high visibility from the street, lots of car and pedestrian traffic and a community willing to embrace his abstract, colorful art. Bob’s work can also be seen in the nearby Waterloo Arts District.

The City of Euclid’s Department of Planning and Development saw the potential in a long, blank exterior wall at Sammich and introduced Bob to Randy. It was a match! In June, the City’s Architectural Review Board approved the design for the new mural and during the July 4th holiday weekend it was painted over the course of two days. Many people stopped by to watch the fascinating process of installing a painted mural.

The mural can be considered a success in many ways, including the fact that public art along E.185th Street emerged as highly desirable from the preliminary implementation recommendations presented in the City of Euclid’s Master Plan, which wraps up this summer with a Public Meeting on Wednesday, July 12th from 6:30-8pm. Public art was also favored in the TLCI planning for the same corridor.

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