Local artist Bill Strobel represents the past and present with a new-look Eagles wing wall

Before last year’s Super Bowl, artist Bill Strobel created a Jalen Hurts mural at Brown and Corinthian Streets in Fairmount, a project he took on himself. Now, Strobel is being commissioned by the Eagles to design the wing wall in Lincoln Financial Field’s Pepsi Plaza for Sunday’s Kelly Green game.

“It is just a small part of the Kelly Green rollout, but it is super cool to be doing this,” Strobel said.

Strobel has art featured inside the stadium’s Hyundai and Tork Club levels and the Pro Shop, as well as around the city. It was his Hurts mural that he painted last February that gained him traction with the fan base and organization.

The Camden, New Jersey native created the mural on his street corner by the Eastern State Penitentiary.

“I did it because I wanted to,” Strobel said. “It was a lot of fun and I received great feedback. It was almost like a little pilgrimage to help people heal from the loss.”

After the season, Strobel invited his neighbors and Eagles fans to write messages of thanks and support in chalk on the mural.

Fans thanked the quarterback for everything he did and congratulated him on a successful season.

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