Denver, Colorado: Murals of Famous Dead Musicians

A marijuana dispensary has decorated its outside walls with murals of famous musicians who died from substance abuse.
Address:
4902 Smith Rd, Denver, CO
Directions:
On the south side of Smith Rd between Dahlia and Forest Sts.
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Jim Morrison mural.

Murals of Famous Dead Musicians

Famous musicians, all dead, painted on the side of the Cross Genetics dispensary.

[Kelly Soprych, 08/16/2017]

Odd choices for a marijuana dispensary. Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain, Amy Winehouse, and Jim Morrison all died at 27 from an excess of various substances. Jerry Garcia made it to 53, but died during a drug rehab.

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