I love me a high profile, technically perfect, painted by somebody famous mural. But some of my favorite work is by artists who slip under the radar (my radar, at least). My current favorite is at Cullerton and Ashland in Chicago:
I also love this one which is a few blocks west at Cullerton and Wolcott:
I like the act of taking something ordinary, maybe even neglected and rundown, and creating something beautiful and sacred. I like that the work is public, shared, communal. And I like the religious subject matter that inspires faith, devotion and hope.