WASHINGTONIAN – Yes, Downtown Silver Spring is undergoing a $10 million revitalization, which will bring new dining, retail, and green spaces to the 20-year-old development. But it’s also getting some new art, too.
Specifically, a series of outdoor murals curated by No Kings Collective, the DC-based design and events group led by Peter Chang and Brandon Hill.
The project will feature murals by No Kings Collective, the German artist 1010, Berlin-based DC artist James Bullough, and another yet to be named. You’ll be able to find the four works at the corner of Fenton Street and Ellsworth Drive, and Bullough’s is already finished (it’s the image of a woman floating through an abstract design seen above).