Honor for us all, Los Angeles, 1994, 845 Figueroa Street, rear wall facing the Harbor Freeway (110). The dream of Latin American soccer players to become stars is juxtaposed with the reality of the Mexican-United States border and the plight of the undocumented. This was one of five World Cup Soccer murals painted along the route from L.A. International Airport to Pasadena's Rose Bowl, where five of the games were played. Plastic fabric, (100 + pieces), approximately 175' x 30', by Michael Schnorr, Todd Stands, and Susan Yamagata. Sponsored by World Cup Soccer. -- Dunitz, Street gallery, rev. 2nd ed., p. 59, #108.