On Sunday, some of H-town's muralists and street artists posted up at 1902 Washington Avenue on Sunday to transform a nondescript building into an urban canvas.
Houston Street Art, the brains behind the painting potpourri, reports that even though some artists won't be able to put the finishing touches on his or her piece until later this week, the event was a great success.
Here are some additional shots of Sunday's scene, courtesy of Houston Street Art:
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