D.C. has a lot of outdoor public art, but murals in particular are rampant all over the city. However, some neighborhoods are more paint-covered than others and one of the most most mural-heavy areas of the city is Columbia Heights. Even before the DCUSA building went up and changed the landscape around 14th & Irving, murals have given life to and explored the culture of this little patch of the Green Line. Curbed will continue to map murals throughout the city so stay tuned (and tip us if we missed one) but today, take a look at the artwork brightening the brick and concrete in Columbia Heights.
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