A colorful piece of world painted on a standard utility box by Mona Caron.
If you look at this box from a specific point and distance, its perspective lines will match the background, providing a glimpse into an alternative reality.
Mona Caron is a Swiss-born, San Francisco-based full time artist, freelancing as an illustrator since 1996, and as a muralist since 1998, focusing increasingly on site-specific and community-inspired murals in public spaces.
Much of Mona’s public art deals with social history and utopian possibility, and chronicles the street life of its surroundings in the past, present, and imaginary future.
Other street art and public works of Mona’s feature large scale botanical painting of spontaneous, wild urban flora and so-called weeds.
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