In Memory of Kobe Heisler
1821 Riverside Ave, Minneapolis, MN, USA
A wall of carefully pieced together text in black, red, green, and yellow paint. Text reads "Justice for All Peace for the fam of the ones we lost Prosecute the killers," "Justice for George Floyd," "Fire Bob KKKroll," "Reopen all the cases," and "Kobe." There is a Somali flag and the text "Isak Aden" and a four directions flag signifying Native Lives Matter, referencing the death of Billy Hughes.
Text reading "Kobe" references the fatal shooting of Kobe Heisler on August 31, 2019. No charges were filed after Heisler was shot by Brooklyn Center officers. The work was painted by Kobe's father in his memory. Overall, the piece references the ongoing issue of police violence. The boards were removed in August 2020.
Jason Heisler (email@example.com), no rights reserved
Urban Art Mapping Research Project