In 2012, 34 artists created 46 murals to celebrate Indy’s hosting of Super Bowl XLVI—a project that helped revitalize the city's public art landscape.
Let us know which ones you love the best by voting for your top 3.
Scroll through the images below, click on your 3 favorites, and then hit "OK." Your input is part of a larger, 10-year anniversary assessment involving artists, property owners, and the public that will help us determine what's next for the murals that are still on view.
Featured above: My Affair with Kurt Vonnegut by Pamela Bliss; Quetzalcoatl Returns to Look in the Mirror by Hector Duarte; and Dimensional Shadows by Eduardo Mendieta.
Revisit these seven 46 for XLVI murals that are no longer on display, but are worth remembering and celebrating: