• Wild Art | 02.17.2016

    Julie of Julie’s Noodles prepares food with the help of her employee in her food truck at the intersection of 26th and Rio Grande.

    Marshall Tidrick | Daily Texan Staff

  • Wild Art | 02.16.2016

    A man views Mark Mothersbaugh’s “Myopia” exhibit at The Contemporary Austin downtown. Mothersbaugh is a musician and artist who is known for his portrayal of post-Vietnam War criticism.

    Mary Pistorius | Daily Texan Staff

    Visitors wander the halls of the Harry Ransom Center on Tuesday morning.

    Stephanie Tacy | Daily Texan Staff

  • Wild Art | 02.11.2016

    John Elford, the pastor of University United Methodist Church, marks a student on the forehead with ash in honor of Ash Wednesday.

    Elise Cardenas | Daily Texan Staff

  • Wild Art | 02.11.2016

    Melinda Gomez handles a Diamondback rattlesnake at the Capitol on Wednesday afternoon. Gomez is a part of a group called the Jaycees, a rattlesnake enthusiast organization based in Sweetwater, Texas. The group brought about twenty snakes to the Capitol to promote their 58th annual World's Largest Rattlesnake Roundup in Sweetwater in March.

    Juan Figueroa | Daily Texan Staff

  • Wild Art | 02.08.2016

    Hendrix, 3, holds Genie, a two-month-old border collie mix, under the supervision of volunteer Joann Cass at the ninth annual Puppy Bowl hosted by the Austin Humane Society on Saturday. The Puppy Bowl is a Super Bowl-themed free adoption event. 

    Zoe Fu | Daily Texan Staff

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