Iconic Portland landmarks to do your selfie in front of.
One of the top spot for doing your selfie in Portland. It was supposed to be “Keep Portland Wired” but the printer misspelled the Bumper Sticker. The phrase is now infers the creativity of Portland. Locate on the back back Dante’s building across the street from Voodoo Doughnuts downtown.
Long time local know it as the white stage sign. White Stage swimwear occupied this building for decades and this was their sign. It has been changed several times over the years and now is a symbol for Old Town Portland. Best viewed from the walk way on the Burnside Bridge downtown. And that just happens to be right around the corner form Voodoo Doughnuts.
Often used as backdrop for selfies this piece is located at the corner of SW Salmon St. (of course on Salmon) and SW 9th Ave. Best view from across the street at the start of the South Park Blocks.
Often used for a selfie. He didn’t use to have a red tie or white shirt but I guess they dress him up more. Located in Pioneer Court House Square on an upper level.
A selfie attraction. Marking the entry to China Town. First time in decades you can take you selfie without having a porn shop or a homeless camp in it. Many of the Chinese business have moved on. Located 4th ave and Burnside St. one block from Voodoo Doughnuts downtown.
Matt Groening was a graduate of the Lincoln High School in Portland. When new sidewalks were put in behind Lincoln High School Matt did several drawings in the wet cement including Bart. Locate along SW 18th Ave. up from Salmon St. and behind Lincoln High School sports field.
For some this is a selfie spot. Located in the Kenton neighborhood. Paul stands about 25 ft. tall and is locate at the corner of N. Interstate Ave. and N. Denver Ave. He is right across the street from the MAX line stop.