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St. Pete's traffic signal boxes are being covered in public art

This art by Justin Wagher is part of the Corner Canvas public art initiative by Shine.

Christopher Spata | Staff

This art by Justin Wagher is part of the Corner Canvas public art initiative by Shine.

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October

If you have an eye for detail, you may have noticed a splash of color here and there around downtown St. Petersburg recently. 

There's a new public art initiative by the Shine Mural Festival titled Corner Canvas, and the project features art by local artists wrapped around traffic signal boxes.

The art is intended to be a permanent addition to the city's streets. There are currently eight boxes completed with several more to come.

Here's a look at what's out there so far. (You can see all 14  of the new Shine murals here).

 

Chad Mize, Fifth Street N. and Central Avenue.

Derek Donnelly, Sixth Street N. and Central Avenue.

Nathan Beard, Third Street and First Avenue N.

Coralette Damme, Fourth Street and Second Avenue N.

Xina Scuderi, Third Street and Second Avenue N.

Leo Gomez, Third Street and Central Ave.

Justin Wagher, Fifth Street and First Ave S.

Alli Arnold, Fourth Street and First Avenue N.

 

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