National Geographic Celebrates Earth Day with Mural Art Across the US


In celebration of Earth Working day, Nationwide Geographic has partnered with ABC Owned Television Stations (OTV) and local artists in four significant cities to fashion murals centered on 4 themes: wildlife, the Amazon, forests and oceans. All of the murals have been impressed by photographs from Countrywide Geographic’s archive.

The picture showcased above was painted below in NYC by Brooklyn-dependent muralist and illustrator Steffi Lynn. Several much more illustrations or photos of environmentally-aware murals that have surfaced this month in collaboration with National Geographic follow:

A near-up from the NYC mural — fashioned by Steffi Lynn — located at 573 Johnson Avenue in Bushwick, Brooklyn

Philadelphia-based muralist and multimedia artist Eurhi Jones in partnership with Mural Arts Philadelphia

Philadelphia-primarily based Eurhi Jones with a shut-up of her mural located at the Overbrook Environmental Education and learning Middle

The prolific Chicago-based mostly self-taught road artist Sentrock at do the job

 A broad perspective of Sentrock and his mural found at ABC Chicago station’s creating façade at 190 N Condition Road

 San Francisco-based illustrator and muralist Alice Lee in partnership with Paint the Void provides the last touches to her mural

Alice Lee with her done mural, located at the intersection of Divisadero and Haight streets

Highlighted pictures courtesy of Countrywide Geographic’s #NatGeoPlanetPossible job





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