Anti-Gentrification Street Art

Anti-Gentrification Street Art
Design

In Birmingham, Alabama, three street artists created a clever piece in reaction to the destruction of a historic mural.

Dan Gould
  • 22 october 2009

Wooster Collective points us to a great street art protest piece from Birmingham, Alabama.

In 1978, Michael Mojher painted a vibrant mural titled “Geo-Chromatic Progress” with the help of a group of underemployed artists. The work took 18 months to complete, but was tragically painted over recently by realtors who wanted to rent the building.

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