An example of public art that’s rich in colours and shapes but non-provocative.

The 80-foot [24.4-metre] long, 20-foot [7 metre] high mural commissioned by the city of Beverly Hills for $125,000, was painted on the north side of a temporary sound wall installed by the Metro as part of construction for the Purple Line Extension’s Wilshire/Rodeo Subway Station. It was designed by Brooklyn-based artist Tomokazu Matsuyama and unveiled in January 2020.