For their unprecedentedly popular exhibit of street art, the Portsmouth Museum of Art in New Hampshire has put up ten murals, pre-approved by City Hall. Uptight locals who think “it just doesn’t fit in” have started a petition to “review” the work away. The museum wanted to bring the city “into world of 21st century art,” but certain cranky residents just want to “live in a nice clean city.”

Peeved most by Alexandros Vasmoulakis’s Tomorrow Man, the petitioners grumble: “If the arts council members want to live in an art museum, let them move to the Louvre.”