The Local put out a call for a 360-degree pan of the new mural underneath the BQE. In response they received a cool virtual tour by photographer Giovanni Savino. Have a look-see here.
Virtual Mural Shows 360-Degree View of BQE Art [The Local]
Photo by Giovanni Savino and Brian Richards, Studio 360 Professionals, via The Local
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