Hook and Ladder print series
3010 Minnehaha Avenue, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
A series of large black and white prints on panels located at Hook and Ladder Theater, adjacent to the 3rd police precinct in Minneapolis, which was abandoned and burned on May 28, 2020. The prints are a combination of text and images. All of the images have text and decorative elements in the top portion with flames and abstracted images of protestors on the lower portion, unifying the works as a series. Three prints include portraits of Black men killed by the police in the Twin Cities: Philando Castille, George Floyd, and Daunte Wright. These panels include text reading "Black Lives Matter." One image shows three fists raised in the air with text reading "Minneapolis United." An image of an anatomical heart is joined with text reading "Rethink Not Reform." A phoenix rising from the flames is accompanied by the text "We Rise Up Together." An image with protestors reads "No Justice, No Peace."
Creator: Rogue Citizen
Urban Art Mapping