A sampling of the day’s mural finds.
Top Left: Red Bull Soapbox Race by Weirdocult.com.
Top Right: Happy Halloween Eastlake Abandoned Lot – Charmswon
Bottom Left: Godzilla-themed Murals Behind Cha Cha Lounge
Bottom Right: Comet Tavern Mural
We didn’t get up in the mountains this weekend. Instead, we went on a 14 mile “urban hike” in Seattle. (That’s about 30,000 steps as calculated by Fitbit.) We walked from Fremont to Capitol Hill and back. Along the way, we had a nice lunch at Bakery Nouveau (Capitol Hill) and a wonderful Italian dinner at Cantinetta. On our hike, we saw some interesting murals, street art, and graffiti.
The Architecture of Endlessness by NKO. A mural that is part of the Capitol Hill Wall Project.
Eastlake Abandoned Lot (see Street Art in an Abandoned Lot for a view earlier this year) – Happy Halloween!
Gasworks Play Barn Graffiti
Around Stone Way and N 34th.
Top Row: Wisdom Eyes of Buddha Garage Door (N 34th @N Northlake Pl)
Bottom Row: Stone Way Café Washington-Themed Mural and Evo Southwall Mural – Pacific Northwest Spacecraft
Behind the Cha Cha Lounge, Parking Lot
Sadako Sasaki – Peace Child Statue.
The information plaque reads: “She gave us the paper crane to symbolize our yearning for peace in the world. A gift to the people of Seattle from Fratelli’s Ice Cream. Daryl Smith – Sculptor.”
Under the north end of the University Bridge. Graffiti and The Wall of Death public art installation.