Artists, activists rush to save Black Lives Matter murals
December 13, 2020 / AP News
“These walls speak,” said Zellner-Smith. “They’re the expressions of communities. We want these feelings, hopes, calls to action to live on.”
Designers at the Seattle architecture and design firm GGLO are preserving protest art by creating an augmented reality art show that allows visitors to use smartphones to view works scattered around the city. The show includes a digital version of the “Right to Remain” poster by local artist Kreau, 3D graffiti honoring victims of police brutality and digital tears pouring over Seattle’s skyline.
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