In partnership with Charlotte city leaders, the artists painted the sprawling mural uptown, crafting a theme for each letter.
Sixteen artists, one mural, one statement.
Working in partnership with city leaders, 16 artists collaborated to create a sprawling Black Lives Matter mural in uptown Charlotte Tuesday.
Each artist took a separate letter with its own theme, stretching down Tryon Street for most of the day Tuesday.
Multiple outlets reported that the artists were:
- John Hairston
- Owl & Arko
- Dakotah Aiyanna
- Abel Jackson
- Kyle Mosher
- Dammit Wesley
- Franklin Kernes
- Dari Calamari
- Kiana Mui
- Marcus Kiser
- Matthew Clayburn
- Georgie Nakima
- Zach McLean
- Garrison Gist
- Frankie Zombie
Cardinal & Pine sent photographer/videographer Grant Baldwin to shoot the mural for us. Here’s what he saw:
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