This is Kindred by Alberto Clerencia from Madrid.
From Mid City Financial:
“Murals are generally featured on walls but this one is a little bit different. The former Brentwood Village Shopping Center parking lot located in the 1300 block of Rhode Island Avenue NE is brighter and more colorful than ever! Thanks to artist Matt Corrado and the Bright Light creative agency–with a little help from the Brookland Manor residents– the Northeast community gathering space now boasts a bold pop of color for years to come. The property owners, MidCity Financial, commissioned Corrado for the project.”
Thanks to Diane for sending.
Agreed. Not cool, not cool at all.
By Nzulu. It’s at 1st and Seaton Pl, NW.
On the Eckington side:
This the alley mural that had the George W. Bush mural back in the day. [Textdoc can you find the George W. mural in the archives?]
And here’s the one from the side of 600 T St, NW by artlife999:
Thanks to Kellie for sending:
January 31 – October 15, 2018
Stop and take a look at the murals covering our city walls and you’ll notice plants are often featured. Plants in murals communicate the aesthetic, ecological, and historic importance of plants in the urban environment. This exhibit features large-scale art by local artists who specialize in public murals that beautify our cities. Their murals depict plants using bold colors and monumental scale. The exhibit fosters creative conversations about botanical art and new ways to communicate the important roles plants play in our lives.”
Piney Branch heading towards Petworth.
3210 Georgia Ave, NW
More photos after the jump. (more…)