Drab Parking Lot Gets A Vibrant Art Makeover [Pics]

Drab Parking Lot Gets A Vibrant Art Makeover [Pics]

Sydney artists give the dull space a colorful update turning it into a work of art.

Yi Chen
  • 15 february 2012

72DP is the name of the project by the Sydney- and New York-based design duo, Craig Redman Karl Maier. The designers have used a private underground parking lot in Sydney, Australia, as the canvas for their large-scale mural. The vibrant colors, intertwined geometric shapes, and low lighting, have turned the concrete gray space into a contemporary and sophisticated installation that can easily be mistaken for an art gallery.

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