The police get complaints. One of them from an arts institution:
The Boston Center for the Arts on Tremont Street filed a police report over a poster on one of its outdoor bulletin boards. Hamersley's Bistro, a tenant in the arts center's building, complained about a poster on its facade, said Jim Marko,
director of development and marketing for the center.
He dismissed the irony of an arts center complaining about street art, saying the concern was protecting the historic building.
"There were no artists suggesting art shouldn't happen," Marko said. "There were facilities people doing their job, which was to keep the public spaces around here clean and proper."
The mural depicts Abraham Lincoln and Barack Obama as a merged image. Photo below is courtesy of the Globe: