Seattle, Washington: B.F. Day Tile Mural
Begun in 1995, the Benjamin Franklin Day tile mural stretches further and further along N. 39th St., an unstoppable tile juggernaut.
- N. 39th St., Seattle, WA
- The wall stretches along the north side of N. 39th St. east from Fremont Ave. N.
B.F. Day Tile Mural
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The B.F. Day tile mural is a community art project started in 1995 by a group of parents who wanted an artistic landmark for the Benjamin Franklin Day School. Steve Roach of Aruba Tile was the artist heavily involved with the project. Community tile-making workshops provided the material for the art. After the initial project was completed, succeeding school classes added murals to the wall, which heads east along N. 39th Street.
[Leo Griffin, 06/04/2012]
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