Suzanne E. Sellers's trompe l'oeil at 1621 Milam has a sentimental place in our hearts. The building it covers was home to the Houston Press offices for some 15 years. The trompe l'oeil adorns two of the building's four walls, showing faux storefronts, windows and doors. Sellers completed the mural, which at 12,000 square feet is thought to be the largest in the city, in 1994. Two more of her murals once adorned downtown buildings, one a market scene on the side of Treebeards restaurant and another, called Muted Hues of Houston, on the side of the Houston Club Building. The market scene was lost during building repairs, and Muted Hues is currently covered by construction equipment, with a parking structure being built in front of it. Only the 1621 Milam mural remains intact and completely visible.