As you may recall, Occupy Boston camped out in Dewey Square. Today the new sod and the demonstration garden are flourishing alongside gourmet food trucks — and on farmers market days, alongside vendor tents.
But it’s still a place for the public voice to express itself. I hope you can see these chalk drawings, captured Tuesday. Already gone, they were a rather fleeting public voice, as street art often is. One is called “Octopi Boston.” There’s another featuring Cirque du Soleil and one on the Red Sox. Icon Architecture stealth is apparently behind that one.