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July 23, 2014 at 6:59 PM

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Eternal Spring in Chinatown International District


JOHN LOK / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Artist Jonathan Wakuda Fischer touches up a giant mural entitled "Eternal Spring" in Seattle's Chinatown International District on July 22, 2014. Along with about 50 volunteers, Fischer painted the mural, which depicts Sakura Cherry Blossoms, on the exterior of a warehouse on the corner of 10th Avenue and S. King Street. They used a mixture of spray paint, regular paint and stencils. The project is a collaboration between Seattle Works and Urban Artworks. Fischer designed the mural.

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