Philly becomes electric

Just in time to brighten up our gloomy holiday season, Philly’s newest street art mural has been unveiled. Electric Philadelphia! was created by muralist David Guinn and light artist Drew Billiau with help from Mural Arts Philadelphia and Visit Philadelphia. The 8,500-square-foot art installation can be found under the I-676 overpass on 6th Street between Race and Wood Streets in Center City.

The installation features neon-like LED lighting integrated into the artwork, which illuminated a usually dreary underpass. You can learn more about the colorful project from the original press release.


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1 Response to Philly becomes electric

  1. restlessjo says:

    Brightens up the place nicely 🙂 🙂

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