Marbles

Category: Mural
Collection: Jiffy Lube
Marbles

   

The message “You Have Company” on this mural refers to the often-invisible challenge of mental illness, which seems isolating to those suffering from mental health issues. Simply knowing that others are similarly challenged can help people cope successfully.

Seattle-based cartoonist Ellen Forney, herself diagnosed with bipolar disorder, based the mural design on elements of her 2012 graphic-nonfiction memoir Marbles:  Mania, Depression, Michelangelo, and Me, where she finds inspiration from

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Medium type: Metal; Paint

Date created: 2017

Location

1840 E. 151st St., Carmel, IN, 46033

Associated artists

 Department of Public Words
Department of Public Words
 Dept. of Public Words
Dept. of Public Words
Ellen Forney
Ellen Forney

PHOTOS

  • Photo courtesy of Jiffy Lube

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