38th Street and Chicago Ave, George Floyd Square, South Minneapolis, MN, USA
A large hand is created using various pieces of rectangular material. The hand itself is brown and the palm is painted with white text reading "I'm Free." Additional black paint, it is unknown if it was painted by the artist, reads "not" changing the overall message to "I'm not free." More black lettering is noted beneath this, though it is not legible to the writer. The fingers of the hand are painted with black, green, red, and yellow details. A red, black, green, and yellow sash is woven around the hand. The base holding the hand is painted white and yellow. The right side reads "land back" and the center has a Prince sign, peace sign, and the lettering "F12."
George Floyd Square
Photographer: Rachel Weiher
Urban Art Mapping Research Project