OPEN WALLS BALTIMORE 2014 … ECB

An eye level view of ECB's mural for Open Walls Baltimore 2014

Headlining today’s post … an eye level view of ECB’s mural for Open Walls Baltimore 2014

 

German artist ECB completed his mural for Open Walls Baltimore 2014. You can see his six story tall mural on the corner of N Charles Street and North Avenue. It is a tribute to the late father of a local Korean businessman. The elder Mr. Kim is still beloved by the community. When he opened his Seoul Rice Cake Factory 30 some years ago, he predominantly hired local residents bringing much-needed jobs to the community.

With the help of Baltimore artist Nanook, ECB begins work at Open Walls Baltimore 2014.

 

ECB at work on his six-story tall mural for Open Walls Baltimore

ECB at work on his six-story tall mural for Open Walls Baltimore 2014

Expressive detail from ECB's Open Walls Baltimore 2014 mural

Expressive detail from ECB’s Open Walls Baltimore 2014 mural

Mr. Kim stands before ECB's mural of his late father, a beloved

Mr. Kim stands before ECB’s mural of his late father, a beloved and much admired local Korean businessman.

A view of ECB at work ... from the construction site next door

A view of ECB at work … from the construction site next door

A view from above of ECB's mural for Open Walls Baltimore 2014

A view from above of ECB’s mural for Open Walls Baltimore 2014

ECB near completion of his mural for Open Walls Baltimore 2014

ECB near completion of his mural for Open Walls Baltimore 2014

Here's looking at you ... ECB and his mural for Open Walls Balti

ECB and his completed mural for Open Walls Baltimore 2014

 


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