Three or four trips to Sacramento State later I finally found this mural with the help of some sweet stranger on Instagram who drew me a map. I was drawn to the bright colors and the pattern. It was a bit surreal though walking through a completely empty campus where most students are studying remote. I used to attend Sac State and it was always covered in people and bikes and noise and chickens/squirrels. This morning it was quiet and cool and isolating. Strange times these are! I love though that Sac State is supporting the Wide Open Walls 916 festival. The energy brought by these walls fits right in with the University environment. I look forward to new walls popping up here in the future.
I love this mural. It’s bright and fun and iconic and perfect for the university. I could do without the parking signs obscuring it but that’s neither here nor there. For more Wide Open Walls new from this summer click here!
I stopped by CSU Sacramento for a visit to another Wide Open Walls Street Art piece.
I’ve seen photos of this one all over social media and finally made it for a visit! It’s pretty iconic for the city, the wide open walls project, and the university.
It seems to me that this wide open walls project has really brought a vibrancy to the downtown area that has re-energized some otherwise boring or run down buildings. It has also given artists the opportunity to show off their skills like this bright and cheerful example. I continue to stumble upon these hidden gems and hope to keep bringing you more.