This inexplicable artwork was found on the wall at a Novotel in Ghana by Patrick Smith, a commercial pilot and amazing blogger. It’s almost like a Rorschach Test. Who sees their mom? If you haven’t subscribed to Patrick, do. https://www.askthepilot.com/letter-from-ghana/
Found by a flight attendant on layover. She says that it really perked up her 6 hour stay.
From a flight attendant laying over at a Hilton brand in Nashville.
At a IHG brand in Tennessee where a previous left a lasting impression on the chair in the room.
An attendee of the NAB Radio Show in Austin noted that the street/river scene artwork in his room was hung sideways.
From a family on vacation who tries to explain: “Our daughter went to open the curtains when we checked in and just happened to look up to the little enclosed area where the drapes hang. We spent the rest of our stay trying to guess what it was. My wife[…]
Not scary but just ODD. At a “inn and suites” brand.
I imagine who was ever strapped down to this ironing board and tortured, spilled his guts and ratted out everyone he’s ever met: Months ago when I was asked to emcee the film festival in Sutter Creek. I decided to book a room so I would not have to drive back[…]
It’s always fun to look under cushions and mattresses. Someone was sneaking some smokes at the Beverly Heritage.
To be realistic they need to add “Crying Infant”, “Domestic Dispute”, “Histrionic Lover” and “Hearing Impaired TV Viewer”.