The dominant piece of this stylized design is a large silhouette of a watering can, meant to identify the Sherman Center, even at some distance (it can be seen from the Storz Expressway between 15th & 16th Streets), as a place where people and plants are nurtured and grow. The watering can tilts over the low concrete wall to “water” a series of bright active, colorful vines/ribbons growing from the foundation of the building. The edges of the mural shapes are hard and flat, but have a scalloped appearance due to the surface of the building. Colors were selected to work in harmony with the center color scheme - particularly a frieze mural in the front of the building. The design expands on the imagery of that scheme: the vines bring the horizontal lines that encircle the building to life, and suggest the leaves that grow from the mural at the building front, while adding a festive feel to the patio that adjoins the wall.