Sour Grapes gives Belmont mural the finishing touch


Photo by Cristy Martinez

Add Sour Grapes to the list of top-notch artists commissioned to paint a West Dallas wall.

The Oak Cliff-based collective added its touch to the Belmont Hotel’s retaining wall on Sylvan at Fort Worth Avenue last week, finishing out a stretch that also includes work from Sheppard Fairey and JM Rizzo. The Belmont and the Dallas Contemporary commissioned the mural.

Check out their video below.

By |2013-07-15T16:31:32-05:00May 28th, 2013|Art, News|4 Comments

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  4. cindy May 30, 2013 at 6:55 PM

    Cool video guys! Keep up the awesome work.

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