Just putting it out there―Queens is the place to be this Fall! So why not add something else to your list? We have an idea that's free, entertaining, and pays tribute to one of the most famous jokesters of our time.  

As reported by Time Out, there is now a mural in Queens dedicated to the one and only, Rodney Dangerfield.

The Italian artist, Francesca Tosca Robicci, says the placement of the mural is not on accident.  

She wanted to pay homage to the comedians place of birth and upbringing.  The mural is located at Kew Gardens Cinemas Park.  

Robicci's painting also includes one of Dangerfield's most famous quotes...  

The Dangerfield mural is not the only dedication that graces the streets of Queens.  

Noah Sheroff, founder of 501(See)(Streets), sponsors remembrance murals all over Queens.  


Before Dangerfield, people were drawn to paintings of John McEnroe, Arthur Ashe, and Billie Jean King. 

The mural is finished and is definitely attracting a crowd! Make your way to Kew Gardens Cinema Park in Queens to see it for yourself. 

[via TimeOut] [Feature Image Courtesy Instagram]