Sometimes Street Art is Temporary. This was on boards at a shopping strip at 35th and King Dr.
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This piece I created to remind you that my people were taken away from their homeland in bondage. Their hope came from their view up. Only God could save them.
On Wabash and Harrison
113th and Cottage Grove
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Say It Loud! This week’s shirt celebrates those 1960s and 70s where there was a surge in Black Pride. To do this right, you have to pump your fist in the air and shout.
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Homage pays tribute to African American history of slavery while winking at Harlem Renaissance Artist Aaron Douglass.