One mural has been on the bridge supports under the Lamar railroad bridge for decades, the one that reads "Fair Sailing Tall Boy." It's a memorial to Ivan Garth Johnson, who was killed by a drunk driver in 1989. His mother, Mary Boyd, painted the mural that year. She had spoken to Mothers Against Drunk Drivers, who encouraged the placement of roadside crosses, but decided to create her own memorial of a heart and ivy, which echoed the nickname she used for her son. Austin residents, touched by its message and endurance, have defended and restored the mural from being painted over, vandalized, and faded.