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Perspective on a Mural, 2009

mural in downtown pittsburgh

“Yesterday’s Tomorrow”, looking up

I just love to look at this mural in Pittsburgh’s Cultural District, and I think it’s because unlike most others it’s not really figurative and it has an intentionally limited color palette. It does represent a city scene, but it could just as easily be a collection of shapes. It’s entitled “Yesterday’s Tomorrow” and  was designed and painted by Brian Holderman. The mural can be seen at 900 Liberty Avenue in Pittsburgh. For reference, here’s a distance shot, below.

mural in downtown pittsburgh

“Yesterday’s Tomorrow”

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