Melbourne woman making Cracknell Chalk Drawings in Gladstone Park receives hateful...

A Melbourne woman who creates chalk art in her neighborhood has received a letter saying the pictures are graffiti and calling them a “pretentious tail”.

Fiona Cracknell has drawn a number of images at Gladstone Park, including Happy Feet, Futurama, Mario, The Flintstones, and the AFL Grand Final teams.

Her Cracknell Chalk Drawings page has 1,500 members, many of whom say “brings a smile to the community”.

But a local was not happy and put a letter in Cracknell’s mailbox.

It was a copy of a letter the anonymous sender had sent to the Hume City Council.

Fiona Cracknell has drawn a number of pictures in Gladstone Park, including Happy Feet, Futurama, Mario, and The Flintstones. Credit: Facebook / Cracknell chalk drawings

“I am submitting my complaint in writing about the graffiti (destruction) on the pavement,” it said.

“My question is as follows: will the council take full liability and responsibility for any medical costs incurred if someone slips on this part of the walk because the chaulk is there?

“I copied the letter to the pretentious engravings in this house in the hope that they would see this letter as a warning and stop their crap.

“You could also get it in your head that common land graffiti is illegal. Endanger the lives of the locals due to their desire “

The letter was left anonymously.

But a local was not happy and put a letter in Cracknell’s mailbox. Credit: Facebook / Cracknell chalk drawings

Cracknell shared the letter with her Facebook followers, stating that she just wanted to please the community.

“First, I’ve tried to bring joy to the church, not cause drama, and second, the council loves it,” she said.

“I can not believe that! I am really upset and angry. I just wanted to make people smile when they needed it most. “

Cracknell shared the letter with her Facebook followers, stating that she just wanted to please the community. Credit: Facebook / Cracknell chalk drawings

Her supporters replied and asked if the complainant also sent letters to the council about “Spoonville”.

A person from Virginia, USA said that Cracknell’s drawings brought joy “worldwide”.

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