|Voiced by:||Troy Baker|
|Appears in:||"Under the Hood"|
Park Avenue (a.k.a. Park Ave.) is a minor character and the main antagonist in "Under the Hood".
Park Avenue is particularly sensitive toward art, praising his own work while dismissing other works as atrocious and lacking class, showing a lot of pride in himself. It also shows that he is a good graffiti artist and also rebellious.
He wears a black hoodie with white straps, gray pants, and a knapsack that goes around his chest. He wears his hood over his head for the most part, but under the hood, his head is a spray can head where the nozzle moves to express facial expressions. The can that holds his paint is mostly covered by his hoodie.
"Ay' yo little stop it!"
"Come on man, not the coffee table!"
"No, no, no, don't! What's the matter with you?!"
"Yeah, but it's different you know, that's what I do!"
"My stuff looks good!"
"You, he's just, he's making a mess!"
"Augh, alright, alright! Just take it easy, I'll quit painting the park, just stop messing with my place!'"
"Later ya bourgeois sucka!"
"I've been pulling this scam all over the country."
- His growling sounds similar to Benson's from "More Smarter" and "Cool Bikes".
- He's the fourth one to draw on Pops's head. First being Rigby in "Dizzy", Mordecai in Dizzy, and Percy in "Terror Tales of the Park".
- All of the furniture in his house is white.
- His name may be a reference to Indie music mogul Connor Oberst and his first band, Park Ave, an influential piece of "hipster" culture.
- The Alleyway Spray Painter in "Access Denied" is seen spray-painting over a piece of graffiti by Park Avenue.
- He made the Graffiti Monsters.
- He got arrested when he got stuck in a hole he made and when Benson called the cops.