Stick it! Incredible bubble alley – created by thousands of tourists

These amazing pictures shows a wall covered entirely in BUBBLE GUM- a work of art created by thousands of tourists.

David Fulmer, 37, from Pittsburgh, USA took these pictures of the Gum Wall, while on holiday with his girlfriend in Seattle, USA.

David, who took the pictures of the wall, said:  "It's a cool and unique thing to discover and as a tourist you don't see something like this every day."

David, who took the pictures of the wall, said:
“It’s a cool and unique thing to discover and as a tourist you don’t see something like this every day.”

The wall is decorated with thousands of different pieces of colourful bubble gum, stuck on by tourists who have passed the wall over the years.

David was hoping to visit three National Parks as part of his trip but took a pit stop in Seattle to explore the Pike Place Market.

The wall is covered entirely in used bubblegum

The wall is covered entirely in used bubblegum

It was under the market that he discovered the alley where the Gum Wall can be admired, adorned in chewed gum from thousands of different mouths.

David said: “I was a little bit shocked when I first saw the gum wall but after looking at it closely and seeing the thousands of different bits of gum, it makes a really great visual impression.

“It’s a cool and unique thing to discover and as a tourist you don’t see something like this every day.”

The work of art was created by thousands of tourists

The work of art was created by thousands of tourists