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Kendall Sq. mural by Percy Fortini-Wright fuses environment, industry
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Kendall Sq. mural by Percy Fortini-Wright fuses environment, industry
“Charles Gate” by muralist and graffiti artist Percy Fortini-Wright visually connects the tech-centric neighborhood to Greater Cambridge and the Charles River with a particular focus on aquatic ecology.
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New Roxbury mural celebrates Latinx women
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New Roxbury mural celebrates Latinx women
A powerful new Latinx figure has joined the Roxbury community, depicted in a new mural “Pa*Lante” by local artist Rixy on the side of a residential building at 301 Highland St.
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GN Crew and MassArt students create bold new mural
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GN Crew and MassArt students create bold new mural
A new mural graces the atrium of MassArt’s Design and Media Center on Huntington Avenue. “Intrepid” was created by the Boston-based GN Crew, Genaro “Go Five” Ortega (MassArt alum ‘09), Rob “Problak” Gibbs, Lee “SOEMS” Beard and Luis “Take 1” Taforo, in collaboration with MassArt students.
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Allston mural pays homage to Rita Hester
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Allston mural pays homage to Rita Hester
Last month, local artist Rixy was commissioned to paint a mural in Allston in honor of Rita Hester, a Black transgender woman and beloved community member whose 1998 murder in Allston sparked the creation of the Transgender Day of Remembrance.
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Muralist wraps  Pru in Latinx  culture and color
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Muralist wraps Pru in Latinx culture and color
Bright colors and bold imagery wrap the front entrance of the Prudential Center where Latinx muralist and graphic designer Yenny Hernandez installed “Ponle Vuelo A Tus Sueños/Let Your Dreams Take Flight” last week.
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Sobek mural celebrates Carter Post, indigenous history
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Sobek mural celebrates Carter Post, indigenous history
A mural by local artist Jeremy ‘Sobek’ Harrison has sprouted at 1531 Blue Hill Avenue, because of a partnership between the Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) and the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture. Painted in vibrant reds, pinks and yellows, the mural draws eyes from all corners of Blue Hill Avenue.
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Painting Puerto Rican pride in Boston's South End
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Painting Puerto Rican pride in Boston's South End
Villa Victoria’s proud Puerto Rican community has a vibrant new reason to celebrate their heritage: a mural of the Puerto Rican flag by artist Héctor Collazo.
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Muralists kick off public art series in Grove Hall
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Muralists kick off public art series in Grove Hall
Artists Paul Goodnight and Larry Pierce have contributed a new addition to Grove Hall’s thriving public art scene, an energetic 60-foot long piece titled “No Strings Detached.”
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Dragon Slayer: New Fenway mural encourages collective action
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Dragon Slayer: New Fenway mural encourages collective action
In early August, a new 106-foot mural by Raúl de Nieves debuted on the side of Fenway Health’s Ansin Building in the Fenway neighborhood. Originally a watercolor on paper piece, “All Is One” applies the historic myth of Saint George and the Dragon to a contemporary world.
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Community art mural depicts life in Kendall Square
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Community art mural depicts life in Kendall Square
Entitled “Walls of Unity,” the mural is a project of Creative Current, a multi-year initiative sponsored by MIT to build artistic and professional skills in local youth and to create connections between residents and the MIT community.
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Silvia Chavez mural links college campus to T station
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Silvia Chavez mural links college campus to T station
Walking to the train can now be as inspiring as a visit to the Museum of Fine Arts, thanks to Silvia López Chavez’s new mural, “999 Cranes.” Stretching along a path between Northeastern University and the Ruggles MBTA station, the large, vibrant mural is meant to inspire and encourage.
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