Your Instagram recap of #JaxMurals for the week of 12/18/15, featuring public posts from @sbrgs_art, @wermstwo, and @caroneats
Thurston comments about the relationship between man and nature on the side of this building on East Adams St.
David Nackashi created a second mural at Brooklyn Station. See the original photograph and explore the mural in context.
Shaun Thurston’s mural of Crystals on Forsyth St will soon be painted black. Here’s why, and what it could look like.
This public word painting is providing a catch phrase for some on the West Side, hoping to rally a movement against corporate oppression. Are corporations really the problem?
Shaun Thurston’s crystals have resonated throughout Jacksonville for the past year, showing the artist’s interest in science while bringing downtown Jacksonville back to life. Heavy lines, bright colors, and a prominent placement help get his point across.
David Nackashi’s visual translation of a 100-year old photograph draws attention to the history of the new Brooklyn Station shopping plaza. How important were trolleys in Jacksonville in the early 1900’s, and where did they go?
Cal Oglesby starts a visual conversation about child soldiers and drug trafficing behind Burro Bar and Chomp Chomp in Jacksonville, FL. Why so large, and what’s Oglesby trying to tell us?