Marlin Peterson’s Spiders In Seattle, Washington

Marlin Peterson added to the already impressive landscape of Seattle, Washington with his new artwork. Just below the Emerald City’s famous Space Needle, Marlin created these 3-D spiders for all the people who are enjoying a great meal or a great view in the Space Needle.

The Washington State Parks committee commissioned the painting and it lives on the top of Seattle’s State Armory building. After being unable to find a good wall for his spiders, Marlin Peterson chose the roof, which allowed him to mix in the impressive 3-D feature.

     (Artist, Marlin Peterson. Photos and rights via)

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