Fans of NPR might notice something bright and new next time they catch a train at Union Station: the artwork of a familiar hand.

Warby Parker first clunked onto the DC scene in 2012 with a mobile school bus tour, and now, with the opening of it’s sixth DC-area location this Friday in Union Station, will unveil a mural by DC-based illustrator LA Johnson, whose vivid illustrations for NPR nabbed her the Edward R. Murrow award for Excellence in Innovation last year. The 1,165-square foot store will replace what was formerly Nine West in between Mac Cosmetics and Bluemercury in the station’s west retail concourse on the first floor.

(Washingtonian)