Los Angeles just got a little bit brighter.
A time lapse video of Duce's work was published Monday.
You might remember the LA-born-and-bred band from their indie-folk hit "Home," which made the band blow up in 2009. Now that they're back with their second studio album -- which was released on May 29 -- Duce decided to commemorate them with a work of art.
According to the band's Facebook page, the image concerns "the hard division created by the horizon of sea and sky [that] represents the appearance of a dualistic world- of dark and light, us and them, here and there." Whether or not you subscribe to such a philosophical interpretation of the artwork, you can't deny that it's cheerful!
For those who want to see mural in person, go to 432 Fairfax Avenue.
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