Meet Sluggo – a green semi-subterranean inhabitant of Ann Arbor, Michigan. This strange funny character first appeared back in 2008 on a sidewalk, and since then started peeking out of walls cracks, chilling on ledges, or doing his daily routines all over the town. Turns out, this cute character was drawn by a local street artist David Zinn, using simple colored chalks. Calling himself an “inveterate doodler and a shameless word nerd”, David uses street art as a problem-solving tool, even if the problem is a sad-looking street crack.

Besides doing these adorable chalk drawings, David spent 21 years as a theatrical performer, designer, and director with the University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society. That might be another sphere he gets the inspiration for the next location for one of his cool drawings or the activity of the green chalk-drawn fellow. Whether he’s tucking leaves under the sidewalks or picking his laundry, Sluggo definitely cheers up the town.

Now scroll down below and check these funny drawings for yourself!

Website: zinnart.com, sluggoonthestreet.tumblr.com