Monday, June 4, 2012

Monday Murals

From the Avenue of Murals in Kansas City, KS, this one is called the Kansan Printer.  It depicts a printer at a handpress.  It was designed with the help of retired printers who worked at the Kansas City Kansan newspaper.  The artists are Jose Faus and Alisha Gambino.

Taking part in Monday Murals to see more click here

8 comments:

cieldequimper said...

That's marvellous. I love how the window reflects the same colours of brick and blue!

Tanya said...

ohhhh very impressive!!

Sharon said...

Beautiful mural!

RedPat said...

Very cool! It looks huge.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Boy do I like this. I was just looking at the WPA murals that Principessa Errante 365 posted. And I can see the lineage from them to your mural. The artists from the Plains states were a big influence during this period and the influence of their style can be seen (or is honored) in this mural. Thanks for posting this and participating in Monday Mural.

La Principessa Errante said...

This is just fabulous, made extra special considering the artists collaborated with people that actually did the work.

Halcyon said...

I like this one alot! Very 1940s style.

Randy said...

That's an amazing mural.