Charlie Kratzer is a lawyer who decorated the basement of his Kentucky home with a Sharpie:
Kratzer started mid-wall, with the Salon by Picasso. Then he thought, well, taking a design out to the edge of the wall wouldn’t be overwhelming.
Then the rest of the basement flared off that first wall.
Kratzer’s basement suggests that the great cultural influences wandered out of college humanities class — here a Churchill for eloquence during harsh times, a Joan Crawford for cinematic vampiness, Holmes and Poirot for great literary characterization — and set up shop together in the carefully hand-drawn markings of an educated imagination come to life.
Via: Oddity Central