— The giant pop art t-shirt that hangs above a cafe on the edge of downtown Columbia has drawn more than 30,000 people since it was posted on Saturday night.
The shirt, by artist Tyler Johnson, features a stylized silhouette of the Columbia River and the words “Love is Love is Love.”
The artist, who has been creating art in Columbia for several years, has worked on a variety of projects for local businesses.
The t-shirts come in several styles including “Pig-Head,” “Sandy,” “Wasteland” and “Panda.”
It is unclear how many of the shirts have sold.
“We’re just doing a show, it’s a big deal,” Johnson said.
“It’s really hard to find a t-shirt in Columbia right now.
It’s a great feeling to see the city and Columbia coming together.”
Johnson said the t-sides of the tshirt have become a big hit.
It’s a testament to the city’s love of the river, he said.
I don’t think there’s ever been a better place to be in Columbia, he added.
The city was recently chosen as a recipient of the “Greatest City in America” award.
Johnson’s designs are seen in many places across the United States.
The river is one of the largest in the United State and Johnson said he is inspired by the city of New York City.
The artist said he plans to continue creating art until he is unable to continue.
He said he’s inspired by Columbia, but he said he has no plans to leave.
This is just the beginning, Johnson said, but the city has a lot of great ideas for the future.
Columbia has been a magnet for artists and street art for decades.
It has a diverse community, with a mix of different races, ethnicities and religions.
Johnson’s work is based on Columbia’s river and nature, as well as on the history of the city, which includes slavery, the Civil War and the civil rights movement, Johnson added.
The mural that hangs in the coffee shop in front of the café has inspired people to come up with their own designs, he explained.
Last year, Johnson created a mural for the city for the first time.
There are a lot more artists in Columbia than there used to be, Johnson, who is a resident of Columbia, told WCPO-TV.
It feels like there’s more artists around.
On Saturday, he was also the guest of honor at a concert at the Columbia Union Theater.