"Cue" Tribute Wall (2)

Category: Mural
Location: Midtown
"Cue" Tribute Wall (2)

   

Known as the “Prince of 16th Street,” Cue’s influence on graffiti in Indianapolis can be seen throughout the city. He passed away in 2016, and periodically other artists will create tributes to him. This one is located at 46th and Keystone, and includes the work of several artists (including Esay) taking turns inscribing Cue’s name.

Medium type: Paint

Associated artists

 Anonymous Graffiti Artist
Anonymous Graffiti Artist
 Esay
Esay

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