After bringing you photos last month of the impressive collaborative mural from Brendan Monroe (interviewed) and Souther Salazar, we now have a recap ¬†for the rest of the Forest For The Trees (FFTT) event. Most of the artists for this year have already left their mark in Portland for the nonprofit public mural project including Mary Iverson (seen above). Take a look at the rest of the walls below as well as some videos…

Blakely Dadson; photo credit Blakely Dadson.

Blakely Dadson; photo credit Blakely Dadson.

J.Shea; photo credit Brendan Monroe.

J.Shea; photo credit Brendan Monroe.

Rather Severe; photo credit Empire Green.

Rather Severe; photo credit Empire Green.

Ryuichi Ogino; photo credit Hellion Gallery.

Ryuichi Ogino; photo credit Hellion Gallery.

The Lost Cause; photo credit Empire Green.

The Lost Cause; photo credit Empire Green.

Spencer Keeton Cunningham: photo credit Hellion Gallery.

Spencer Keeton Cunningham: photo credit Hellion Gallery.

Blaine Fontana; photo credit Blaine Fontana.

Blaine Fontana; photo credit Blaine Fontana.

Nosego; photo credit Brendan Monroe.

Nosego; photo credit Brendan Monroe.

Paige Wright; photo credit Hellion Gallery.

Paige Wright; photo credit Hellion Gallery.

Mateu Velasco; photo credit Brendan Monroe.

Mateu Velasco; photo credit Brendan Monroe.

Spencer Keeton Cunningham: photo credit Empire Green.

Spencer Keeton Cunningham: photo credit Empire Green.

Jeremy Nichols; photo credit Kris Regentin.

Jeremy Nichols; photo credit Kris Regentin.

Curiot; photo credit Empire Green.

Curiot; photo credit Empire Green.

Nosego; photo credit Anthony Taylor.

Nosego; photo credit Anthony Taylor.

Zach Yarrington; photo credit Kris Regentin.

Zach Yarrington; photo credit Kris Regentin.

Faith47; photo credit Faith47.

Faith47; photo credit Faith47.