On a crucifix made of alphabets on foam mats is an urgent sketch of Jesus, a creative credo on the street art wailing wall of the 18b. The installation by Thrashbird has the ecclesiastic blogger behind LostVagueUs, the local Reverend of unsanctioned art, write that the piece is “looking down and judging us all . . . Amen!’ On the wall of art, stickers, and wheat-pastes, the aura is also an arts district altar, or that the streets are a playground, the unsanctioned artist works is an allusion of Christ figure, stalked or arrested while trying to build brand. Or it’s just cool colors that fill an empty wall. “My style is to show that everything won’t be OK. The only way to ensure that it will be OK is to be proactive,” once said Los Angeles-based Thrashbird at Cartwheel. His companion piece is the hooded figure texting, a warning, or dare, to get off the smart phone. That's currently seen with repetition in the 18b, sometimes in tandem with another street artist known as Teachr.