I had an idea for a wall mural curtain and it was pretty simple.
My inspiration was from the way Wall Street murals have been changing over the years, from a collection of white boards and chalk to a mosaic pattern.
So, I wanted to create something a little more modern.
The mural curtain came out of my love of murals.
I love them because they’re abstract and they give the impression of a large and open space.
It also has the added benefit of giving a wall a more dynamic and dynamic feel than just a bunch of white squares, so I thought it would be a great way to connect with the art community.
I had been painting murals in a traditional way for about five years, and I’d learned a lot.
I was able to get the hang of it, which was really important to me.
I didn’t want to paint murals that I’d painted myself or that were already done.
I wanted something that would feel like an extension of myself.
For this mural curtain, I thought I would try something different and have some fun with it.
As I was painting, I was making a little bit of noise with the chalk, which gave the impression that the murals were making some kind of noise, but the actual noise was coming from the chalk.
The idea was that the noise was an extension, like a small part of the wall, but it was the noise itself that gave it a certain kind of texture.
After painting, it was time to take it out for a test run.
It felt good to have something to hang on the wall for a few hours, so we put it up in the middle of the night.
By the time the wall had been painted and the chalk dust had settled, I had a great sense of accomplishment.
I felt like I had something to show for all that time of painting, so it made sense to have the curtain hang there forever.
Since it was a quick fix, I also decided to give it a name.
It was called the “Wall Street mural by Banksy.” I didn