Planned Parenthood: Interior and Exterior murals
Planned Parenthood’s new waiting room received a makeover by artists Kong Wee Pang and Siphne Sylve.
On the building’s exterior, a mural designed by Sylve welcomes patients in a multitude of different languages.
Inside, Pang designed multiple wall murals to create a calming and welcoming environment to put patients at ease and to enhance the overall appearance of the room. The repetition of the mark-making inspires a relaxing or meditative effect on the viewer and brings color to the space, while the flexible, flowing line-quality gives the viewer a sense of freedom and empowerment.
about the artists
Kong Wee Pang is a Designer/Artist from Malaysia. She graduated Singapore Nanyang Academy of Fine Art. In 2001 she moved to the United States. She received a degree in Fine Art and design and an MFA from the Memphis College of Art. Her colorful designs and sequin murals combine nature with magic and movement. She currently works as an art director at the mid-south’s largest ad agency, archer>malmo. Recently she has shown her work in New York Time Square, Spain, Italy, Berlin, Atlanta, Memphis, California.
Siphne Sylve is originally from New Orleans, but has called Memphis home since her student days at Memphis College of Art where she completed a BFA in Illustration. In addition to previously coordinating UrbanArt's mural productions she is a member of a local hip hop music group called Artistik Approach.