Seven months of pandemic can drain color from your days.
When a pigment deficit strikes, try a visit to UHILL Walls at University Hill.
That’s the sizable development that recently transformed a vacant wedge of land off Durham-Chapel Hill Boulevard into a spot to live, shop and dine.
Last week, local and visiting artists coated much of it with murals. Works cover 40,000-square-feet over 15 acres, developer Hawthorne Retail Partners reports.
It’s a vast mix of style and subject that will take time to absorb.
With so much less to hurry off to, that may be no problem at all.
At top: A portrait of rapper J. Cole, left, by graffiti artist EKS, has generated the most press so far at UHill. Photo by Henry Haggart