The Original Gutter Guy — Forever In Our Hearts
For me it’s not a fail. I like how they want to remember that person.
I don’t think it’s a fail after all. I guess it depends on the person who died and his/her family.
I am not sure if this is a fail but it is sure gonna be memorable. Think about it all tomb stones are sad and dark. This is funny light and refreshing. It stands out for sure.
This headstone is definitely in poor taste. I don’t know if the person is real or not, but either way, you shouldn’t make a joke about death. Absolutely headstone FAIL.
This gutter guy must had been famous in his place. May he rest in peace.
Aww thats a wonderful picture, I never Heard about the guy by after watching this picture i think he was a wonderfull person and Will be missed.
Personally i don’t know anything about the gutter guy but i think that a positive since i didn’t know him as a fail. Anyway all in all its sad to loose someone so rest in piece.
I meant peace sorry.
I’ve not read much about Gutter, or what he failed in. But its great that you have highlighted and take such a great photo in his memory.
Is the photographer your close relative? I can see the name Slatin at the end.
Sorry for the loss, this is life for you,we lose some and win some. Rest in perfect to him. forever in our heart really.
I’ve heard so much about Gutter. Though some may consider him as a fail, his works speaks in volumes and his legacy continues.
It’s amazing that you took your time and effort to publish such a great person as Gutter even after he’s gone. One picture like this speaks louder than a 1000 words. Great work here.
Despite the fail, I give this man credit. He gave it his all even in his headstone. Amazing guy!
Its good to be good..Your good works are what you will be remembered for long after you are dead..
This is quite sad. We just have to take solace in the fact that he is has gone to rest in a better place forever.
Someone will always cherish you as long as you are doing good for the community. Indeed, everything will go back to you. Rest in peace.
Photo by Anne Pratt Slatin.
Well this is the most interesting thing I have seen on the internet today. I suppose if the deceased was okay with the headstone then it isn’t much of a fail.