‘Walking Houses’ get people talking about social issues

Posted at 5:00 AM, Apr 19, 2017

NORFOLK, Va. - If you've walked around Norfolk lately, you've probably been greeted by a "Walking House".

The chalk drawings have popped up all over the city, and artist Christopher Revels says they're a way to spread ideas about societal concerns, mainly the rising sea levels.

Revels usually goes out to draw Monday mornings between 4 a.m. and 5 a.m. to create the Walking Houses.

To follow his creations, check out his Facebook page or follow him on Instagram @WalkingHouses.