Harith Mohd Farid
This mural is inspired by ancient depictions of the Sun, as well as street art. I divided the mural into 3 segments. The middle section portrays the Sun as a deity giving off rays of sunlight to the planets below. The rays of sunlight continues to the left and right sections of the mural.
The left segment illustrates how we look to the sun and the stars, and the advances we make in science and knowledge. The bottom shows eyes and a telescope looking towards our sun, and a being thinking of the sun as a form of energy.
The thought bubble of the being then moves on up to the making, with scientists working on producing solar panels. Above that, we see a spacewoman, attached to a solar powered space craft. I always thought our journey to space the highlight of human ingenuity.
The right segment takes a more whimsical approach to portraying society. Starting from the bottom, there is a small party with triangles dancing around. In this world, the speakers and the lights hanging off the ceiling are powered by a renewable society above.