Metier-Homegrown combo brings new ‘FoodArt’ to E Union

Thanks to the FoodArt Collection, Capitol Hill can lay claim to a homegrown pop art movement. Now the work of artist Genevieve St. Charles has busted out onto the streets of Pike/Pine.

Earlier this year, CHS reported on the link up between E Union’s cycling culture-centered Metier and the food+drink folks at Homegrown. That tandem is now riding smoothly and the combination has added a new mural to the neighborhood’s collection of giant sized art.

 

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St. Charles’s big sandwich work is part of an ongoing pop-centered effort for the artist who, yes, fielded a La Croix-themed show a few years back.

You can find the new work of art at 1017 E Union.

 

 

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