Lanny Little, the creator of several public murals in Bellingham, including the one visible behind him on the Crown Plaza building, has turned his energy to making videos about local history and artists.
Lanny Little, the creator of several public murals in Bellingham, including the one visible behind him on the Crown Plaza building, has turned his energy to making videos about local history and artists. Lanny Little Courtesy to The Bellingham
Lanny Little, the creator of several public murals in Bellingham, including the one visible behind him on the Crown Plaza building, has turned his energy to making videos about local history and artists. Lanny Little Courtesy to The Bellingham

Lanny Little captures history in murals and now videos

February 07, 2016 10:02 PM

UPDATED February 16, 2016 10:29 AM

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