Artists Devin Liston and Gosha Levochkin have come together again as the artist collab DevNgosha to create a lyrical story on a corner parking structure at 1111 Hope Street in South Park. As the second mural in the South Park Public Art Incentive, this piece is located on a multi-level parking structure, the first of its kind to be transformed into a work of art in Los Angeles. Inspired by the historic photographer Eadweard Muybridge famous for early work in motion-picture projection, the artists are incorporating transitional movement which in part reflects the transformation that this district is seeing and will continue to see over the next 5 years. Commissioned by PSP Investment Group, the project was envisioned to brighten the area, infuse color into the block and bring some character for the residents and commuters who are passing through. The unique architecture of the multi-level parking structure created parameters that the artists used to their advantage, both in the composition and the conceptualization of the work. We see animals morphing from one species to another, and abstract characters positioned in and around these transitions as though they are merely caught in the moment. Its a landscape in motion and as you travel from one side to the next you see how the piece works - while your eyes continue making discoveries along the way.