Yesterday, October 23rd at 11:30am, The Zine Project murals were hung up on the construction fences lining the site of a new Catholic Housing Services apartment that will serve low income individuals.
While a backhoe snarled through debris in the background, contractors hung up the six mural boards. The murals will adorn the fences for the next year—about as long as it will take to construct the 71 bed housing facility.
Along with CHS staff, archetects and contractors, CCS Director, Dan Wise admired the murals and commented that the neighbors would appreciate some color.
Thanks Ziners for beautifying Seattle streets!
To read more about the Zine mural project, check out our first post by clicking here. Or, when you drive by 4251 Aurora, feel free to stop by and take a look.