In my wanderings around Manhattan in the 1990s I repeatedly came across a peculiar symbol, a five-pointed star. In today’s example this star was emblazoned on a warehouse door. It is the only non-text symbol present. The other adornments took the form of writing in white.
My version of the door consisted of a series of nested and adjacent rectangles. I opted for my own color scheme, making the door a lighter color than the original. This made it necessary to outline the white text graffiti with a fine-tip ink pen, so it would be visible to the viewer. I did not have to modify the circle and the star, which already had black borders.
A 4×6 print, matted for a 5×7 frame is now available at my Etsy shop, OtherArtbyJack.