Freshly finished as part of a series of murals that were installed in the new Underground At Ink Block Park, where a parcel of land under the elevated I-93 in South Boston was transformed into a public park with art murals and elaborate landscaping.
Photographed on August 21, 2017, just minutes before the wall was whitewashed to make way for new art. (The vertical blue and yellow tinting is from the sun shining through a stained glass awning over the alleyway). Artist unknown.
Along Albany Street on-ramp and walkway. This and other murals were installed for the grand opening of “Underground At Ink Block”, where a parcel of barren land beneath and between elevated HWY I-93 and several on-ramps was transformed into a public park with elaborate landscaping and a number of large murals. The colored stripes on the sidewalk are threaded through all of the walkways in the park.
Snapshot of entire length of mural:
Closeup detail shot of a portion of the mural:
As you can see from photos above, the mural is much too large and long to be captured straight-on in a single photo frame. So here is a video panorama of the entire length of the mural:
See more of artist Vyal One’s work on his website at VyalOne.com.
Modica Way in Cambridge is host to all types of street art: murals, graffiti, stenciled messages promoting social justice and other political causes, and the sort. Once in a while, though, there’s something totally off the wall on the wall, such as this cuckoo crank flyer by “Johnny War – Master Artist” proclaiming that “Trump Is A Dream” and other cryptic messages. These is no sense in trying to make sense of this nonsense.