Design Inspiration | SOSA811

As I connected with more muralists in Oklahoma City, I got to know about the SOSA811 project through Jason Pawley (see his work on Western Avenue). It is a house on NW 8th Street, south of Saint Anthony (ie. S.O.S.A.) Hospital that a group of local artists are using as a canvas for their art.

811 NW 8th Street … demolished on October 30, 2014.

See photos taken in and around the house via tagged #SOSA811 on Instagram. Scroll down for stories behind some of the compositions …

(Top) Who. I. Am.    |    How often do we question our own identity?
(Middle) Green. Red. Yellow.    |    If only we are as easily defined as a hue.
(Bottom) We. Can’t. Hide.    |    We can hide from others, but not from ourselves.

(Left) Up. A. Corner.    |    When you feel trapped, find a different perspective.
(Center) You. Are. Here.    |    Find your place in the life and in the society.
(Right) Alive. And. Grounded.    |    Blossom as a person and help color the world around you.

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