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Welcome to the SouthSide’s Urban Arts Trail – a 2.75 mile path throughout the business district leading you to all our public artworks!
This interactive map will guide you from each art point and give you artist information and history about each piece.

Parking:

Please park in the garage located at 324 S. New Street, Bethlehem, PA 18015. The cost is $1 per hour and the best location to park near the start of the trail.

What you should expect to see:

Murals, Sculptures, Artist-Designed Bike Racks, Mosaics, Artistic Structures, Painted Flower Pots and our brand-new Public Piano. Artists from across the world and right here in the Lehigh Valley have made the SouthSide their canvas, and now we are thrilled to invite you to explore our downtown and community gallery.

Rest & Dining:

If you need to take a break or rest along the trail we highly recommend stopping in any of our restaurants or cafes. Specifically, your best place to grab a bite to eat, rest or get a cool drink is Café the Lodge, located at 427 E. 4th Street and the site of one of our largest murals!

Directions to stop #1:

Leave the parking garage to exit onto New Street, and walk towards Third. Make a left at Third street and walk towards Brodhead Ave.

#1 – Welcome to the SouthSide (Mural)

Location: Comfort Suites Bethlehem
Address:120 W. 3rd Street

Artist: Max Meano

This mural grew out of a Lehigh University class project. The mural includes metal-fabricated letters. Some depict city landmarks, such as the old Bethlehem Steel ore bridge emblazoned with “Sands,” and acorn-shaped streetlights. Scene: 3rd Street in front of the Comfort Suites-Bethlehem.

Directions to stop #2:

Continue walking toward Brodhead Ave, and cross to the other side of Third. Walk the way you came towards New Street. Stop at the Banana Factory for stop #2.

#2 – Mr. Imagination Bus Shelter (Mosaic / Sculpture / Structure)

Location: The Banana Factory Courtyard
Address:25 W. 3rd Street

Artist: Mr. Imagination

Grotto Bus Shelter- Lehigh and Northampton Transportation Authority’s “Grotto” bus shelter at the Banana Factory. World-renowned outsider artist Mr. Imagination made his home in Bethlehem, PA for a few years in the early 2000’s. The bus shelter was created along with help from youth in the Pennsylvania Career Link Program as a job skill training sessions. Youth had to help Mr. I design the shelter and get approval from the client in this case the Lehigh and Northampton Transportation Authority. They received hourly pay while learning to take initiative and work as a team to complete the shelter from start to finish. Most of these youth were from the SouthSide area and see the shelter as a source of pride and a testament to the beloved Mr. Imagination who passed away in 2012.

Directions to stop #3:

Within the Banana Factory Courtyard, you’ll find stop #3, #4, and #5. The first is the human-like sculptures, “Homepage to Humanity”.

#3 – Homepage to Humanity (Sculptures)

Location: Banana Factory Courtyard
Address: 25 W. 3rd Street

Artist: Karel Mikolas

The composition consists of three figures. The first, the Muse (one of the Greed Goddesses), has inspired creativity over the centuries. Although she has endured continuous abuse, she remains intact, powerful, always able to inspire anyone who is interested in purposeful life and humanity. The second, the average citizen, is puzzled by her indomitable ability. The third figure is disengaged. The sculptures were sponsored by Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.

Directions to stop #4:

Continue deeper into the Banana Factory Courtyard and you’ll find your next sculpture, “Joyful Experience”.

#4 – Joyful Experience (Sculpture)

Location: Banana Factory Courtyard
Address: 25 W. 3rd Street

Artist: Susan Small

The title “Joyful Experience” is in reference to the joy art-making brings to all who make, engage with, and love art! It is an exploration that lets you take your own path, following your own heart. The sculpture was submitted by Susan Small for the Banana Factory’s first outdoor sculpture competition in 2002 and the artist was encouraged to secure funding to make the sculpture a reality. The Puffin Foundation supported the purchase of supplies and hardware to create the sculpture and the Skrivanek Family donated the money for the fabrication of the stainless steel armature in honor of Catherine and Gustave, who had been dedicated Musikfest volunteers. One thousand rings, or “donuts”, were made with the help of family, friends, and fellow artists.

 

Directions to stop #5:

Continue deeper into the Banana Factory Courtyard and you’ll find your next stop along the exterior wall, an incredible mural mosaic.

#5 – BananaWORKS (Mosaic Mural)

Location: Banana Factory Courtyard
Address: 25 W. 3rd Street

Artists: Tomas Wolff, Olga Gonzalez, Jessica Acevedo, Erik Davis, Monique Dyer, Jesus Estrada, Byran Hughes, William Lopez, James Moseley, Pierre Poteat, Mercy Quinonez, Roberto Rivera, Iris Rodriquez, Augustine Rosario, Abraham Santos, Luz Silva, Joseph Smith, Jessica Torres

Entitled BananaWORKS, the community project program was patterned after one conceived in Chicago. The ceramic mosaic mural was created in 1997, part of the Banana Factory’s Grand Opening. This project paired 8 area youth ages 15 to 18, interested in art with local artists to create this piece.

Directions to stop #6:

Return to Third Street and make a left. Continue walking until you are slightly past Lehigh Pizza. Then carefully make a left into Lehigh Pizza’s parking lot and look at their exterior wall.

#6 – Vibrant Asymmetry (Mural)

Location: Lehigh Pizza
Address: 13 W. 3rd Street

Artist: Devyn Leonor Briggs

In the Winter of 2018, Dr. Karen Beck Pooley of Lehigh University, Stacie Brennan of the Banana Factory and ArtsQuest, and the SouthSide Arts District’s Design Committee came together to create a Mural Arts Walk on the South Bethlehem Greenway – showcasing five temporary murals. Due to the public admiration for these pieces, the SouthSide Arts District applied for funding from Northampton County’s Community Investment Partnership Program to have each of these murals be permanently installed on exterior walls throughout the SouthSide streetscape.

The artist’s concept for this mural is an abstract design, keeping with her current paintings at the time of its creation in 2018. Ms. Briggs used color theory, balance, and asymmetry to create a vibrant composition with dynamic color relationships and polyrhythmic structures.

Directions to stop #7:

Walk back out to Third Street and make a left. Walk towards New Street. Stop there for stop #7.

#7 – Southbound (Mural)

Location: Corner of 3rd & New Street
Address: 1. E. 3rd Street

Artist: Matt Halm

This 15′ x 25′ exterior mural was created by Matt Halm as part of the 2018 ArtsQuest’s SouthSide Arts & Music Festival. The work is inspired by the creative spirit and imagination of the growing art community on Bethlehem’s SouthSide.

Directions to stop #8:

Cross the street at Third and New Street to the opposite side of Third. Make a left and continue walking.

#8 – Steelworker (Mural)

Location: Parking Lot on Third Street
Address: 24 W. 3rd Street

Artists: Dripped on the Road


In 2017, in conjunction with the ArtsQuest’s SouthSide Arts & Music Festival, Dripped on the Road ended a month-long traveling residency in Bethlehem where they visited 6 cities and completed 9 murals. Inspired by Bethlehem Steel, the mural of a Steel Worker was designed to highlight the past and the future of the SouthSide. The goal was to create something that reflected the city’s rich history, while also showcasing the work of talented artists DOTR Directors Denton Burrows, Jonathan Neville, Ramiro Davaro-Comas and Lauren Asta. 

Directions to stop #9:

Make a right out of the parking lot back onto Third’s sidewalk and continue toward Adams Street.

#9 – Power (Mural)

Location: Apotheca Salon at the corner of Third and Adams Streets
Address: 101 E. 3rd Street

Artist: Christopher Colon

In an era where the women’s revolution is at its peak, there are more jobs and opportunities for women now more than ever, this mural looks to celebrate that. This mural has vibrant colors and a striking image that lights up the SouthSide. The symbolic reference to fighting for your dreams combined with the pop culture inspiration looks to inspire.

Directions to stop #10:

Continue walking down Third Street towards the Steel Stacks. The next stop is the Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts. Along the way take notice of the artistic designed flower pots.

#10Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts Student Murals (Murals)

Location: Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts
Address: 321 E. 3rd Street

Artist: Students of the Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts

This public art project features the work from a group of junior and senior visual art majors and was financed by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and the Charter Arts Foundation Giving Circle. A grant from the council allowed the school to bring professional muralist Matthew Halm to mentor the students. Each mural features a rose — an important symbol at the school; each student receives a rose on the first day of school each year.
Working with Halm and Charter Arts faculty, the students also were challenged to design images that reflect life at the school, its Bethlehem community and the diversity of the student body.

Directions to stop #11:

Continue walking down Third Street towards Polk Street. Make a left at Polk and continue towards the back of the school.

#11 – Solar (Bike rack)

Location: The back of Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts
Address: 398 Columbia Street

Artist: Austin Mcinnis and Julian Pelekanakis of Spillman Farmer Architects

This functional yet highly artistic bike rack was created as part of a community art project between the City of Bethlehem and ArtsQuest. The project was designed to bring additional public art to the SouthSide while encouraging people to bike, shop and dine on the SouthSide.

Directions to stop #12 & #13:

Walk back up to Third Street. Make a left towards Fillmore Street and the Steel Stacks on Third Street.

#12 – The Love of Music (Mural)

Location: Northampton Community College Fowler Family SouthSide Center
Address: Fillmore and Third Streets

Artist: Ramiro Davaro-Comas


“I wanted to paint a happy scene of music notes, with different music and heart iconography in the back. I like to use this illustrative character style because it is very recognizable and relatable for the youth. I believe the colors, along with the character design will be very attractive to the community and hopefully many residents will take photos with this mural!” – Ramiro Davaro-Comas

#13 – Love (Public Piano)

Location: Northampton Community College Fowler Family SouthSide Center
Address: Fillmore and Third Streets

Artist: Christopher Colon

The SouthSide Arts District (an initiative of the Bethlehem Economic Development Corporation – a non-profit organization) is a downtown revitalization program that works to improve the economic conditions for businesses and institutions located within the core business district of South Bethlehem. This project was part of the organization’s five-year strategic Design plan to bring more public art to South Bethlehem, shaping the community and business district collectively, and creating a sense of pride and connection.

Message from the Artist: I created a design based on the word “Love”. I’m geared it more towards a fun celebration of color, leaving it up to the viewer to create the overall message.

Directions to stop #14:

Keep walking down Third Street towards the Steel Stacks to Stop #14 – a Molten Metal Bike Rack.

#14 – Molten Metal (Bike Rack)

Location: Northampton Community College Fowler Family SouthSide Center
Address: 511 E. 3rd Street

Artist: Ethan Hahn

This artist designed bike rack was part of a community art project between the City of Bethlehem and ArtsQuest to bring more public art to the SouthSide. Designed by local resident, Ethan Hahn, this Molten Metal bike rack is a tribute to his father James who worked at the Bethlehem Steel.

Directions to stop #15:

It’s time to dig in. This is the part of the trail where you’ll need to walk a bit further, and uphill. But it will be worth it. Keep walking down Third Street towards the Steel Stacks. At Founders Way, cross Third at the crosswalk and make a left to continue walking on the sidewalk to Hayes Street. At Hayes, make a right and continue up the hill to Fourth Street. At the corner of Fourth and Hayes, you’ll notice an artist-designed phone booth, painted by local artist Devyn Briggs. Cross at the crosswalk at Hayes and Fourth and continue up the hill on Hayes. On the right, you’ll see our next stop on the trail, a large mural installation.

#15Hayes Street Mural (Mural)

Address: 414 Hayes Street

Artist: Bella Pintura Inc.

A project lead by the Lehigh Valley Community Land Trust and Community Action Develop Corporation of Bethlehem. The partnership was a restoration of the triplex home at 418-416-414 Hayes Street, giving the façade a complete makeover and masonry restoration by Preservation Works, Ltd. Thanks to help from Wells Fargo, this mural was part of the revitalization of this building. Holly Fields-Scott, owner of Bella Pintura Inc., worked with her daughter Nevada Scott and artist Joey Gourniak to complete the mural.

Directions to stop #16 & #17:

Walk a little further up Hayes Street to 5th Street and cross the road to the left. There you will see on the SouthSide lofts two small mural installations.

#16 – Lehigh Valley Hawk (Mural)

Location: SouthSide Lofts
Address: 435 Hayes Street

Artist: Ramiro Davaro-Comas

In the Winter of 2018, Dr. Karen Beck Pooley of Lehigh University, Stacie Brennan of the Banana Factory and ArtsQuest, and the SouthSide Arts District’s Design Committee came together to create a Mural Arts Walk on the South Bethlehem Greenway – showcasing five temporary murals. Due to the public admiration for these pieces, the SouthSide Arts District applied for funding from Northampton County’s Community Investment Partnership Program to have each of these murals be permanently installed on exterior walls throughout the SouthSide streetscape.  

The artist’s concept for this mural is based on the Lehigh Valley’s Hawks and birds of prey.

“I mixed a style of illustration with muralism, to create a lovable Hawk character mural surrounded by a wreath to mark its importance, and with various facts about Hawks written into the background of the mural. This aspect will engage the viewer, and invite them to look at the mural closer, and learn all ten facts about the Lehigh Hawks.” – Ramiro Davaro-Comas

#17 – Lehigh University (Mural)

Location: SouthSide Lofts
Address: 435 Hayes Street

Artist: Maltas Con Leche

This mural was also one of the five from the 2018 Mural Arts Walk on the South Bethlehem Greenway. Designed by Rafael Menendez and his artist family “Maltas Con Leche” this fun and funky mural was created with ideas from students at Lehigh University.

Directions to stop #18:

Walk back down to Fourth Street, and cross the street to the other side of Fourth at Hayes to be next to the Phone Booth. Make a left and walk down Fourth away from the Steel Stacks. Your next stop is the rest point – Café the Lodge at 427 E. 4th Street.

#18 – Calma (Mural)

Location: Café the Lodge
Address: 427 East 4th Street

Artist: Pau Quintanajornet

In partnership with Café the Lodge, Pau Quintanajornet completed Calma as part of the 2019 ArtsQuest’s SouthSide Arts & Music Festival. The mural was a continuation of her “artivist” project “Project Wallflowers,” which she began in 2013. Pau met with local community members in advance to give feedback about the design. The mural, which was supported by ArtsQuest, Café the Lodge, Resources for Human Development and Just Born, was completed in Pau’s signature style while highlighting Café the Lodge’s mission focused on mental health recovery.

Directions to stop #19:

Make a right out onto 4th Street and continue walking toward Touchstone Theatre and Polk Street. There on the side of the Theatre, you’ll find a very unique bike rack and stop #19.

#19 – IBeam (bike rack)

Address: 300 Block of 4th Street – (Parham Park next to Touchstone Theatre)

Artist: Ethan Hahn


This artist designed bike rack was part of a community art project between the City of Bethlehem and ArtsQuest to bring more public art to the SouthSide. Designed by local resident, Ethan Hahn, this “I-Beam” bike rack is a tribute to his father James who worked at the Bethlehem Steel.

Directions to stop #20, #21 & #22:

Continue walking down Fourth Street towards the center of the business district. At Taylor Street make a right to walk towards the South Bethlehem Greenway. There you’ll pass one of our easels – part of the Greenway Arts Walk. This is a separate Arts Walk you can try today or another time. It begins at 306 S. New Street and follows the path of the Greenway, all the way to the Bethlehem Skate Park across the street from Wind Creek Casino.
Walk a bit further down Taylor to Bonn Place Brewing Company. There you’ll find three murals.

#20 – Yellow Vibrancy (Mural)

Location: Bonn Place Brewing Company
Address: 314 Taylor Street

Artist: Amy Perdue

This small but mighty mural is at the entrance of Bonn Place Brewing. Created by artist Amy Perdue as part of the Mural Arts Walk on the South Bethlehem Greenway, this mural was part of five that went from the Greenway as temporary installations to permanent, thanks to the help of and funding of – Northampton County’s Community Investment Partnership Program grant.

Amy Perdue is an artist who works primarily in sculpture and installation, but is also active in painting, illustration, music and poetry. Her work is based in conceptual art and shows some attributes of feminism, surrealism, minimalism and abstract expressionism and is often infused with autobiographical content as well as her respect to process. Amy received her B.F.A. in Sculpture from Arcadia University in 2013. She works as a full-time sculptor, consultant and material specialist for her knowledge in working with silicones, resins, epoxies and foams.

#21 & #22 – Bonn Place Brewing Tribute and Lehigh University Tribute (Murals)

Address: Bonn Place Brewing Company

Artist: Denton Burrows and Key Detail

Two walls, two very different murals. The first is a black and white sketchbook style homage to Bonn Place Brewing Company painted by Denton Burrows, located on the Mechanic Street side of the building. The other on the back of Bonn Place is a vibrant, colorful piece designed by Key Detail, an artist duo from New York. The mural is a tribute to the downtown’s partner in revitalization Lehigh University and their school mascot – the Mountain Hawks.

Directions to stop #23:

Turn back the way you came and stop at the Greenway and Taylor Streets. Make a right onto the Greenway path. There you will see a vibrant orange bike rack – this is stop #23.

#23 – Stacks (Bike Rack)

Location: The South Bethlehem Greenway
Address: Taylor Street and the South Bethlehem Greenway

Artist: Austin Mcinnis and Julian Pelekanakis

This is the second bike rack designed by Austin Mcinnis and Julian Pelekanakis of Spillman Farmer Architects. Entitled “Stacks” this vibrant orange bike rack is meant to be symbiotic of the Bethlehem Streel Stacks. This bike rack, as well as 6 others were created as part of a community art project between the City of Bethlehem and ArtsQuest. The project was designed to bring additional public art to the SouthSide while encouraging people to bike, shop and dine on the SouthSide.

Directions to stop #24:

Continue on the Greenway path past the “Stacks” bike rack and you’ll see the Lehigh-Bethlehem Chinese Pavilion – this is stop #24.

#24The Lehigh-Bethlehem Chinese Pavilion (Structure)

Location: The South Bethlehem Greenway
Address: The Greenway, Between Taylor and Webster Streets

The Lehigh-Bethlehem Chinese Pavilion is an outgrowth of a Henry Luce Foundation-funded project called the Chinese Bridge Project, founded three years ago at Lehigh University. Starting with the building of the 12th-century style Chinese rainbow bridge in 2010, the traditional style Chinese pavilion is the second venture of the project, which is concerned with bridging connections between American students and China from an interdisciplinary perspective focused on a hands-on kind of project, said Norman Girardot, co-director of the project.

“We’re bridging the Chinese and American cultures. We’re also bridging disciplines because we have people who are architects, chemists, engineers and people who study cultural history to participate in the project,” said Girardot. “It represents another crucial bridging or partnering activity that links the university and the community. And the fact that it is on the Greenway is especially significant since that is the new lifeline that unites the whole South Side.”

This pavilion, inspired by the pavilions from the Tang and Song periods, is named “Harmony Pavilion,” symbolizing the spirit of people coming together for rest and reflection.

Directions to stop #25:

Continue on the Greenway path past the Chinese Pavilion and you’ll see on the grass two large sculpture birds – this is stop #25.

#25 Blue Herons

Location: The South Bethlehem Greenway
Address: The Greenway, Between Taylor and Webster Streets

Artist: Virginia Abbott

The Blue Heron is a community work created by Banana Factory Resident Artist Virginia Abbott. In 2011, the Mayor joined Sculptor Virginia Abbott, Lehigh University President Alice Gast and representatives of ArtsQuest and Community Action Development Corporation of Bethlehem to discuss public art that would be installed in the South Bethlehem Greenway. Ultimately, they decided on representing the Blue Heron because of the species’ historic presence in Bethlehem. The sculpture is made of many different materials including garden tools, household items, and smaller sculptures of animals assembled by Broughal Middle School students. The sculpture represents our history through our community.

Directions to stop #26:

Directions to stop #26Continue on the Greenway path past the Blue Herons. Continue walking until you reach Adams Street, then make a left. Continue across 4th Street and make a right on the sidewalk to walk towards Molly’s Irish Grille & Sports Pub and New Street There you will find “The SouthSide Proud” mural on the exterior wall of Molly’s Irish Grille & Sports Pub, and directly across the street from Godfrey Daniels.

#26SouthSide Proud (Mural)

Location: Molly’s Irish Grille & Sports Pub
Address: 100 Fourth Street

Artist: Joseph Iacona

This mural was a collaboration with the artist, Community Action Development and neighborhood residents to create a visual representation of the “SouthSide Proud Campaign”. The campaign centers on community members and residents sharing why they are proud to be a part of the SouthSide and what is it about the SouthSide that makes them proud.

Directions to stop #27:

Continue walking towards New Street. There at the corner of New Street and Fourth is stop #27 – Sustainable Meter Bike Rack

#27Sustainable Meter Rack (Bike Rack)

Location: Molly’s Irish Grille & Sports Pub
Address: 4 E. 4th Street

Artist: Lehigh University’s Design Collective

This artist-designed bike rack was part of a community art project between the City of Bethlehem and ArtsQuest to bring more public art to the SouthSide. Designed by Lehigh University’s Design Collective program, this bike rack titled “Sustainable Meter Rack” showcases 5 arched over parking meters.
Artists included on this project were Deanna Kocher, Christian Murphy, John Flory, Burian Sizemore, Noah Saltzman, Elana Abrams, Gibson Reine, as well as three professors Mike Moore, Brian Slocum and Wes Heiss.

Directions to stop #28:

Cross at the cross walk at New Street to continue walking down Fourth. At Vine Street, cross over to Homebase Skateshop, located at 29 W. 4th Street.

#28Bethlehem (Window Mural)

Location: Homebase Skateshop
Address: 29 W. 4th Street

Artist: Collaboration of Freebridge Design Co. and Homebase Skateshop

Based on the City of Bethlehem Map Collection – this one of a kind window mural pays homage to Bethlehem – and Homebase Skateshop’s home for the past 17 years!

Directions to stop #29:

Cross Vine Street to the business next door – Deja Brew. There on Fourth Street in front of the café, you’ll see #29 – another amazing Artist Designed Bike Rack.

#29Lehigh Bike Rack Bar (Bike Rack)

Location: Deja Brew
Address: 101 W. 4th Street

Artist: Lehigh University’s Design Collective

This artist designed bike rack was built by the Lehigh University’s Design Collective as part of a community art project between the City of Bethlehem and ArtsQuest to bring more public art to the SouthSide. Students of Lehigh adore Deja Brew, and the team built this horizontal bike rack and table to offer bikers a change to relax and enjoy a cup of coffee. Stop and look at the table to see an engraved map of the town. Artists included on this project were Deanna Kocher, Christian Murphy, John Flory, Burian Sizemore, Noah Saltzman, Elana Abrams, Gibson Reine, as well as three professors Mike Moore, Brian Slocum and Wes Heiss.

Directions to stop #30:

Continue down Fourth Street towards the FlatIron Building. When you come to Brodhead Ave and the Post Office, cross the street and turn right at the Tally Ho. Here you’ll find our last mural on the trail – Lauren Kuhn’s “History”.

#30Stained Glass SteelStacks (Mural)

Location: Tally Ho
Address: 205 W. 4th Street

Artist: Lauren Kuhn

Lauren Kuhn manages a studio as a resident and teaching artist at the Banana Factory Arts Center (Studio 345) where she specializes in custom, commissioned oil paintings that offer an opportunity to capture a ‘moment’ in lieu of a basic likeness. Lauren was selected to create this work and reflect on the history of South Bethlehem and bring that word to life.

Directions to stop #31:

Return back to Fourth Street and make a right to your final stop on the trail. Continue past the Tally Ho and Dunkin Donuts. There you’ll find our last stop – the Ribbon Rack.

#31Ribbon Rack (Bike Rack)

Location: Dunkin Donuts
Address: 4th Street & Broadway

Artist: Lehigh University’s Design Collective

This artist-designed bike rack was built by the Lehigh University’s Design Collective as part of a community art project between the City of Bethlehem and ArtsQuest to bring more public art to the SouthSide. The contest gave Lehigh’s designers and engineers an amazing design opportunity, said Brian Slocum, an adviser to the design collective and managing director of Lehigh’s Wilbur Powerhouse and Design Labs. “It allowed us to blend a real-world design challenge with an impactful project for the local community,” Slocum said in a news release. “The students responded with unparalleled enthusiasm for the opportunity and came up with exciting designs.”
Artists included on this project were Deanna Kocher, Christian Murphy, John Flory, BurianSizemore, Noah Saltzman, Elana Abrams, Gibson Reine, as well as three professors Mike Moore, Brian Slocum and Wes Heiss.

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