As the Coronavirus has turned our lives upside down, we’ve continued to search for the silver lining of this time. Everyday seems to be a grab bag of emotions, but in the face of that, we have been so impressed with people’s spirit and ingenuity. One of our favorite things to emerge in Seattle has been the plywood murals all over the city. The vibrancy, hope and optimism represented in each and every one is a reminder that love runs deep, and creativity will not be dimmed.
Oddfellows Cafe, art by Bella Pham, Benjamin Hubbard and Stacy Milrany,
photo courtesy of Linda Derschang
Percey Seattle, art by Katie Kulseth
Tractor Tavern, art by Andrew Miller
Standard Goods, art by Stevie Shao
Ballard Ave, art by Ryan Henry Ward
King's Hardware, art by Parker Dot Studio
Pioneer Square, art by Tara Velan
Seattle Pinball Museum, art by Protective Arts Collective
Bitterroot BBQ, art by Stevie Shao
Pioneer Square, art by Casey Weldon
It is an honor to be part of such an amazingly creative community. We send a big thank you to the businesses and artists that are contributing this heart lifting work in the midst of the pandemic.
If you would like to see more of the artists work that are listed here, check them out on Instagram: