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Sprinkled throughout Station North, murals from the Open Walls project have popped up as little artistic oases on the city landscape. Curated by street artist Gaia, the project has brought in work by people from all over the world, along with a few locals like Gary Kachadourian and the duo Jessie Unterhalter and Katey Truhn. Sure, you might just happen to catch sight of them while zipping around town, but there are a couple you should seek out, namely a piece by Vhils, a Portuguese artist who carves images directly into walls. You can catch one of his stunning pieces on the back wall of the Bell Foundry (1539 N. Calvert St.); just look above the graffiti-sprayed fence to see one of his portraits peering back.

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