Phil was the ringleader that brought together over 15 artists in less than 2 weeks to knock out this massive project. It was a significant challenge to align schedules, coordinate paint and materials and work with the businesses that occupy the trains. Fortunately weather played nice and everyone made space for each other while the masterpieces took shape. Below you’ll find a gallery of these impressive works and a bit about the artists behind them.
@ChetMalinow came back for his third treatment of the Cascade car applying a two tone spin on this mandalas and grid patterned mural.
The cherry on top is the B Corp logo embossed mandala on the main entrance.
We’ve been fans of the photo realistic skills of @plasticbirdie for a while now. His snake on the Echos Communications train is blowing our minds.
On the other end of the railcar is a chameleon with amazing depth of field.
The artists were mostly local, but one 4 person crew, @Sector_Seventeen, traveled from Boise, ID to leave their mark. With two photo realistic skulls and some more traditional graffiti tags, this one really pops.
Next up, @theearwhig22 lead the charge on this mural. Notice how he converted the water cisterns into spraypaint cans with his caricature reaching for them.
@Rupeezy and @Dominatah teamed up for this bright, crisp piece with a devious racoon on one end and a White Claw spoof that reads ‘CALM ONE, HARD IN THE PAINT’ on the water cistern.
Finally, Ron Berg teamed up with @theearwhig22 on this trippy space mural complete with a friendly martian welcoming staff and clients to the Birdsmouth office.