New Street Art Along Dirty Sixth on the Eve of Austin's Lockdown

photo by David Brendan Hall, posted Mar. 25, 2020. #1 of 15 photos.

As part of a new initiative from the HOPE Campaign (Helping Other People Everywhere), a number of Austin street artists, in cooperation with local bar owners, were able to create inspirational murals on plywood boards in front of several bars in the 400 block of East Sixth. They were painted on Tuesday, March 24, the final day before Austin was locked down under shelter-in-place orders. Here, Unruly puts the finishing touches on an "Austin Strong" message alongside murals by ER and Brittany Johnson, all in front of Touché.


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