the chroma line


a curated artwalk across Franklin Bridge

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it's about bring people together

and connecting them...


This public art installation for the bridge over the MA-90 has the same aim. Inhabitants from the north side will meet inhabitants from the south side to create the largest community mural in Boston.


The project is designed to evoke emotion and to spark conversation. It embraces the community and marries both sides of the bridge gracefully by creating a new urban texture. The mural layout and color palette masterfully softens and generates a new energy with ever step.




“Anything that brightens up the space, please.”
“I like spaces that pull me
through them and create their own texture”
“I like change, I get bored walking
— Jackson Mann Student
“I’d like a park or
a public space that
I actually can feel
safe in after dark”
— Allston Resident