Because of the new apartment complex it faces and in whose windows its vibrant colors are reflected, this long mural at the 300 East Station of the S-Line is likely to become known as the Zellerbach Mural. Its host, though, is actually the warehouse for Kimball Electronics. The Zellerbach was its neighbor, another warehouse building, which was torn down for the current residential complex after the S-Line went in. Few know that the Zellerbach, with its thousands of square feet and various loading docks, was almost home to a 337-style project before it was torn down — interior installations, exterior murals, pop-up performances, the works. But, well, we got distracted. We’ll have to content ourselves with this intriguing mural, which begins as minimalist bans of color and transforms into a swirling celebration of aspens.
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