Tau Ceti mural in downtown Austin

June 09, 2019

Austin’s excellent mural scene just got a big boost with the addition of Josef Kristofoletti‘s Tau Ceti. The spectacular, spectrum-based mural by the Austin muralist fills a formerly blank corner of a bland parking garage at Brazos and 2nd Street, creating a new hotspot for selfie snapping.

I hear that the late afternoon light reflecting off surrounding glass towers sets the mural aglow with watery brilliance. Check out the Instagram crowd’s pics at #tauceti. Selfie goals.

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