Unite for Culture and Community is a mural expressing a cultural call for action. Situated on the southern wall of a building that formerly housed Big Car‘s Service Center for Culture and Community, artist Clayton Hamilton’s mural is an example of how simple text can create a powerful visual statement. The Service Center closed in 2014; Big Car now works out of new headquarters in Indianapolis’ Garfield Park neighborhood.
Clayton Hamilton is best known as the “sign artist” behind the
Medium type: Paint
Date created: 2011
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