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The classic hard rock band KISS (1973- ) is honored in this mural that substitutes adorable kittens for the theatrical and somewhat startling costumed characters that make up the group. The kittens’ markings replicate the band members’ trademark makeup, and one kitten’s tongue is hanging out in homage to the band’s leader Gene Simmons, who often made the same gesture. The mural was painted during an informal artist’s residency in the summer of 2019.
Jules Muck, aka MuckRock, is a street
Medium type: Paint
Date created: 2019
2932 10th St, Indianapolis, IN, 46201
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