@kingkuntakollection (Right Half)
RIP George Floyd and Protect Black Women
2209 E Lake St, Minneapolis, MN, USA
Two separate murals share space, creating a large mural panel. The first mural shows a black woman from the waist up with eyes clothes and hoop earrings. The background surrounding the woman is filled with blue and purple linework. The right side of this mural reads "Protect Black Women" in yellow paint and the bottom left and right shows painted yellow hearts. The right side of the mural is painted by @kingkuntakollection, noted on the bottom right. A portrait of George Floyd is centered in the painting. Under this portrait lettering reads "It's bigger than black and white" in brown, black, white paint. "RIP George Floyd" is painted in brown and yellow on the top right corner. The background is painted blue and yellow with a crowd of protestors circling around the portrait. These protestors are holding signs that read, left to right, "change is here," "vote," "know your laws," "vote vote! vote," "God's plan," "overcome," and "love." The city of Minneapolis is painted in the upper left corner.
Photographer: Rachel Weiher
Urban Art Mapping Research Project