Artist Tom Bob loves to take ordinary objects and turn them into extraordinary artwork. And lately he's been brightening up New Bedford with some crazy, cool murals.

Tom Bob may be most well known on the Southcoast for his iconic robot, but he's made much more local art than that!

Most recently Tom Bob took to the rooftop of an Elm Street complex and created two whales kissing in camo colors.

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He also turned a building's electrical into a man brushing his teeth.



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Not to mention making the outside of Lighthouse Marine Supply on Herman Melville Blvd into an amazing Popeye mural last year...



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Taking electrical meters on Rodney French Blvd and turning them into a jungle of monkeys...

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And turning a wooden board and some tubing on that same street into a runaway elephant.

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His stuff is varied and apparently all over New Bedford. Check out more on Tom Bob's Instagram...and then head out around town to find his stuff!

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