Back in the September 2013 edition of 15 Bytes we featured a photo essay on the street art — public and private — of South Salt Lake. Because our office is in the city, we continue to get to know the area and discover new gems, including this pair of […]
The apartment building next door has become a destination for street art murals, but this building had its own wall art years before – mosaics embedded into the walls of the building’s entrance. 15 Bytes
Mural by Los Angeles artists El Mac and Retna on the side of the Guthrie Building. 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 Liberty Blake, September 2013. Photo by Liberty Blake, September 2013. 15 Bytes
This mural is for the selfie generation. Designed by University of Utah professor Kim Martinez, and executed with the help of her students, this mural near 2700 South features quotations from a number of famous art works and the placement of painted footprints to suggest one take a photo of oneself in the […]
Take a detour into South Salt Lake to check out interactive murals, painted electrical boxes and other eclectic artistic expression.
Each of Salt Lake City’s Fire Stations features artwork by Salt Lake City artists and Fire Station #6, in Salt Lake City’s Poplar Grove neighborhood, now features “Courage Under Fire” a collaboration by John Hess and Benjamin Higbee. 15 Bytes
The Nine Muses, designed by artist Troy Pillow, surround the intersection of 9th East and 9th South, a hip neighborhood complete with a bike shop, bar, coffee shop, cinema, gelateria, dance studio and more. In Plain Site With our In Plain Site byline we feature publicly viewable art, […]
“Cloud,” a public artwork commissioned by Utah Arts & Museums, has been named as one of the 50 best public art projects by the 2013 Public Art Network Year in Review by Americans for the Arts, the nation’s leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts. Installed at Dixie […]
To celebrate their 35th anniversary Cannella’s, the Salt Lake City restaurant devoted to good food and good times, has unleashed artist Ben Wiemeyer on the south side wall of their building. Founded in 1978 by Joe and Missy Cannella on the corner of 500 South and 200 East, […]
From a 15 Bytes article by Sue Martin on the Airport Line artwork: Ruby Chacon, who is known as a community activist as well as a gifted painter, was charged with developing a station art project that would involve the diverse community around 850 West, as well as […]