Artist Writes 'Welcome To Cleveland' On His Roof For Planes Flying Overhead. He Lives In Milwaukee.

06/16/2015 02:25 pm ET | Updated Jun 16, 2015

The guy's got a sense of humor.

If there's one thing 62-year-old artist Mark Gubin admits he's "pretty good" at, it's madness. That was his intention 27 years ago, when he noticed planes traveling to and from Mitchell International Airport fairly low over his art studio. So he grabbed a roller and some white paint and wrote "Welcome To Cleveland" in large letters on his roof.

welcome to cleveland

The thing is, Gubin lives in Milwaukee.

The prank seems to reflect Gubin's general outlook on life. "It was all tongue-in-cheek, just for fun. Living in the world is not a dress rehearsal. You better have fun with it," he told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

We love this guy.

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