Mavs Rooftop Art
A bird's eye view of the artwork on the Mavs' office.
If you come to or around Downtown Dallas, look around. Odds are you’ll see Dirk Nowitzki.
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Mavs fans all over the world show their support for the team all the time. But it’s pretty cool to see local artists show their own Mavs support through their work — even if the work wasn’t commissioned.
No matter if it’s during Dirk Week or any other week of the year, fan support is always welcome around here. And in a neighborhood as diverse and cultured as Deep Ellum, home of the Mavs’ corporate office, it only makes sense for that support to be realized through art.
The building’s rooftop is adorned with a Mavs logo, created by SkinzWraps. The video above is drone footage showing the building and the surrounding area. The thought is that passengers on any plane flying overhead can look out their window and immediately see that Dallas is a Mavericks town. The next time you fly through, especially if you’re going to Love Field, be sure to try spotting it.
Mavs fans who have been following along with the clues all week will recognize the Dirk “wingspan” piece on the side of a building down the street from the team office, done by Josh Mittag. Nowitzki appears energetic but wise, imposing but not villainous. He looks like a legend.