The entries are in and now it's time to vote.
That big white wall above the Coles servo in Manuka will soon be adorned by an eye-catching mural - and the public gets to vote which one will go up.
The wall is part of Endeavour House, which is owned by Ethical Property.
Last December, Ethical Property announced it was commissioning an inspiring and engaging mural to bring attention to the chosen theme of climate change.
It received 23 designs which have been put forward for a public vote via endeavourhouse.com.au/mural
The winning artist will receive $25,000 for their design which will be seen by traffic on Canberra Avenue as well as from the main shopping centre in Manuka
Voting closes at midnight on Sunday, February 21.
Ethical Property CEO Adam Trevaskus said Endeavour House tenants and Manuka traders chose the theme of climate change as "the most relevant and pressing issue of our time".
"We went to our tenant community as well as all the local traders because we thought if we were going to impact on the look of the neighbourhood, they had to be on board," he said.
"When we did the survey, overwhelmingly, the theme that came out on top were people's concerns for climate change and what that meant for the next generation."
Mr Trevaskus was encouraged by the creativity and quality of the submissions.
"The local arts community truly showed us what they can do," he said.
Mr Trevaskus said they were not able to use scaffolding on the building so they had to think outside the square on how the mural would be installed.
"Because we're not allowed to put scaffolding on that wall, it would mean artists would have to abseil down the wall which is not only dangerous but very limiting for people's submissions," he said.
So the image would be blown up on to a vinyl canvas, that could be quickly installed.
"When we've had the vote and we've got the relevant approvals, we're hoping it be up by the end of April," he said.
Mr Trevaskus said the vinyl canvas also meant the mural could be updated as the years went by.