“I created a surrealistic tropical scenario that merges into a living and active space. The design of the mural follows my style of most of my murals where I create a language between geometric shapes and the figures. The color palette includes blues and pinks to reference a California feeling. The focal point are two cool flamingos enjoying a sunset while they find dogs playing soccer and a pineapple hiding behind a chair,” explained Betirri.
The official mural signing is happening Friday, October 23rd from 11:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. Betirri will be signing the wall and also signing t-shirts. A portion of the sales from the t-shirts will go to rental assistance for people impacted by COVID-19 evictions.
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