Wallace F. Bennett Federal Building. The fountain was designed by Angelo Caravaglia, who was known for his figurative work in various levels of abstraction. In Plain SiteWith our In Plain Site byline we feature publicly viewable art, both official and street art, throughout the state of Utah.
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With our In Plain Site byline we feature publicly viewable art, both official and street art, throughout the state of Utah.
When Chuck Landvatter was approached by Juxtapoz Magazine to create a mural as part of their Wall Sessions, a series of murals across the country sponsored by Boost Mobile, he decided he wanted to share. Landvatter, who has executed a number of individual large-scale murals across Salt Lake City, got […]
When Sweet Lake and the Dispensary moved into this building on the corner of 1700 South and Main Street, they brought more than just good eats to the neighborhood. They also brought a little street art vibe with this mural, which appears on the buildings west facade. In […]
In Plain SiteWith our In Plain Site byline we feature publicly viewable art, both official and street art, throughout the state of Utah.
Photo by Chiana Rossiter, December 2017. Created in November 2017 by Salt Lake City artist Josh Scheuerman, this mural stretches along an entire building on 800 South and features the colorful redrock landscape of Bears Ears. In Plain SiteWith our In Plain Site byline we feature publicly viewable […]
On the side of a small, non-descript building in South Salt Lake, Jacob Edward Shirley has created a mural for Wasatch Work Force, an employment agency. Next to painting murals for a living, the guy doing demolition in the middle looks like he has the best job. In Plain SiteWith […]
It’s cute, it’s colorful, you might give it a moment’s attention as your getting on or off the TRAX for a BEES game. But at some point, give this mural a little more of your attention and take a look at all the tiny interpretations of what Salt […]
Doran Taylor is an interior designed firm formed in 1987, but for their headquarters in Sugar House they have paid as much attention to the design outside as inside. An abstract steel sculpture by Utah artist Cordell Taylor, perched on the grass just outside the parking lot, announces […]
Completed by Chris Peterson in the spring of 2017, this 54-by-20-foot mural on the north wall of the Crank SLC bike shop, provides the biker’s view of Salt Lake City, including the city’s bikeways and prominent landmarks. You’ll also find graffiti tags further down the building’s wall. In […]
Manny’s, a casual bar located at the intersection of 1700 South and Main St. is home to a couple of different murals, a colorful geometric pattern that adorns a side building, and a large mural in the back, which at the time of our shooting, featured a cricket […]
The S-Line may not be transforming the city’s transportation habits — ridership on the slow trolley line remains sparse — but it has transformed the urban setting, creating a pedestrian and bike corridor along Salt Lake City’s south side. It has also created an art corridor, or at least […]
Depending on the light, this series of machine-cut metal images atop poles reach up to reflect the sun, or cast dark silhouettes against the sky. Designed by Wayne Chubin and Tim Gallagher, the work was created in 1997 for a park in one of Salt Lake City’s newest […]