Huntington, a well-known muralist, drew inspiration for the mural after seeing street art declaring “Black lives matter,” in cities across the country, but wanted to create a portrait “people could really embrace,” he said. Poring over satellite images of the city, Huntington scanned every possible flat surface where he could envision the mural.
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