BARNES ON THE BLOCK: BARNES + MURAL ARTS PHILADELPHIA
A three part mural created with amazing youth artists at Philadelphia public schools: Farrell, Ludlow, and Southwark. Exploring new squeegee art technique for backgrounds that represents their emotional and cultural differences while tying together uplifting haikus. They were revealed at Barnes on the Block event where families and friends could view the work before it will be return to each school.
WE THE PEOPLE: PHLAIRPORT ART + WALLS FOR JUSTICE
Working with artists Becky Mclntyre and Samuel Rodriguez to combined designs that represent the city and diverse community that travels through the airport, sharing our similarities and differences in cultural patterns. The mural is located in terminal A at the international airport joining the amazing artwork presented by PHLAirport Art.
BAD BUNNY EL ÚLTIMO TOUR: RUMBA 106.1/ IHEARTRADIO + WALLS FOR JUSTICE
A Unique mural design/ banner that was designed to highlight Bad Bunny's style, culture and artistry and represent Philly's new Latin station Rumba 106.1 during his current tour. Another successful collaboration with IHeart Radio and Walls For Justice.
SAY IT LOUD & SAY IT PROUD: GOOD MORNING AMERICA + MURAL ARTS PHILADELPHIA
A special mural at Comegys Elementary School to honor Xiomara Robinson, a third-grade teacher at the school. Collaborating with Mural Arts philadelphia and GMA, the mural was one of the additional surprises presented to the teacher and Comegys school. See more of the event on goodmorningamerica.com
BORN TO PLAY: FELIZ PHILADELPHIA + WALLS FOR JUSTICE
Hammond Fields is a local Recreation center in North Philly that provides a safe space for people of the community to come together and create positive change. Also, Well known for the huge field and sports teams, Feliz Philadelphia and Parks and Recreation partnered to help renovate and transform the building into an uplifting space for the community to continue to grow.
CHANGE THE WORLD: ADOREJ + WALLS FOR JUSTICE
The museum provides a space for the artists & community to learn, educate and express their views on freedom. The mural was set to embody the different ways people discuss the core values of freedom, exercising their rights, and advocating for change through action.
YES WE CAN!: WALLS FOR JUSTICE + MURAL ARTS PHILADELPHIA
McIlvain is a local center of the Frankford neighborhood that provides a safe space for youth and the community to come together, perform and participate in activities. With all the controversy surrounding the area, it made it hard to see the positive so we collaborated on creating a design that sheds light on the opportunities the space offers with a message of Unity and Respect. The mural is located at McIlvain Playround across from Frankford Transportration center.
EDUCATE | ENABLE | EMPOWER: DRINK REVEAL + WALLS FOR JUSTICE
Drink Reveal and Walls for Justice combine forces to create a message that expresses their similarities and goals for creating positive change in the community. The design is set to reflect the concept of the mural: When we come together to educate people, we enable them to achieve their goals and empower them to contribute to their community. The mural was displayed with Drink Reveal at Philadelphia flower show 2021/ traveling mural.
GO VOTE: WALLS FOR JUSTICE + HONEYGROW
Elections are so important for so many reasons and the goal was encourage the community to educate their selfs and use their voice to make a difference in things that effect their lives through the voting process. Collaborating with Honeygrow and Walls for Justice, the graphic mural was used to promote the message of voting.
PEDAL POWER: INDEGO BIKESHARE + MURAL ARTS PHILADELPHIA
Mural Arts Philadelphia and Candy Coated Partnered with Indego Bikeshare to create designs through a collaborative process with students in after school program. The bikes are symbols of freedom, independence, progress, and forward movement that went along with the mural. We worked together to transform the student's designs into bike wraps that would rode all over the city.