Graffiti is sometimes seen as vandalism and sometimes seen as art. In WWII, it also served as signs, communication, and a way to remember.

There was no character more popular in WWII graffiti art than Kilroy. He was everywhere. Borderless Arts TN Teapot Diplomats learned about graffiti art from Brooke Hammond and imagined what they would look like as Kilroy. It was definitely a meeting between B.O.B. and Kilroy.

This is part of the B.O.B. project which is funded by the Memorial Foundation, the William N. Rollins fund for the Arts through the Community Foundation of Middle TN, and Mark and Niki Antonini.