Savannah's art district near the College of Art and Design and River Street are great places to find hidden art works and unexpected treasures. In the midst of all the history and tradition it exudes, Savannah also has a quirky, fun sense of humor, like this electric meter that someone had meticulously painted to exactly match the brick wall behind it. I was amazed that someone had taken the time to paint the box to match the bricks—a very impressive paint job indeed.
The Savannah College of Art and Design has inspired many local students to express themselves through community art. To purchase students handmade works—everything from paintings to jewelry and pottery—checkout their store: ShopSCAD on Bull Street.
While wandering through gorgeous Savannah, you're sure to be struck not only with the town's impressive sense of history but also with unexpected glimpses of whimsy that only add to its already abundant charm. Wandering the streets of stunning Savannah, Georgia, is a feast for the senses. Savannah is one of the most charming, scenic towns in the South, offering everything from massive oak trees dripping with Spanish moss to scenic squares that are perfect for enjoying a glass of lemonade and some people watching. Start a meandering walk at the SCAD campus and you're bound to come across art like this.