Influenced by 80’s pop culture, human struggle, myths and violence, dungeons and dragons and the heavy metal gods, Skinner’s mind is one of psycho social mayhem fueled by a calculated chaos.
This is the part where I have to admit I walked right past the Cthulhu mural a few times without noticing, even after I'd started in on this mural project. I even had lunch at Sizzle Pie at least once while I was looking for some other mural nearby, not realizing there was a giant Cthulhu on the side of the building I was in. I'm going to blame this one on the eldritch emanations of the Great Old Ones combined with the building's non-Euclidean geometry, instead of my uneven powers of observation for a change.
Anyway, I'm kind of pleased we have a Cthulhu. What would be really great is if had an enormous life-size Cthulhu statue, rising out of the river if possible, but the mural's a good start. Anyway, here's a nice inspirational video from the internet: