We are joining forces with WFP USA supporting the mission of the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP, 2020 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate), to create a series of murals around the United States dedicated to “Zero Hunger” (SDG2). Our Six murals will raise awareness and mobilize action to combat global food insecurity and, in the US, food injustice that disproportionately impacts African-Americans communities. The series is made possible by Kellogg, a UN Global Compact member.
The first mural, created by a duo of street artists Axel Void and Reginald O’Neal, is located on the mythical Orpheum Theater in New Orleans. The second mural created by Artist Dragon76 on the Hampton Inn by Hilton’s 5-story, 250 foot wall is now the largest mural of the city. The third mural will be created in April by Victor Ash, in Oakland, on the Marriott’s massive 21-story wall. Additional Zero Hunger murals will be created in Washington DC by Lula Goce, Detroit and Battle Creek.
Zero Hunger in Oakland (by Victor Ash)
Oakland Marriott City Center, 1001 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94607, USAGet Directions
Zero Hunger in New Orleans (by Axel Void and Reginal O'Neal))
Orpheum Theater, Roosevelt Way, New Orleans, LA, USAGet Directions
Zero Hunger in Houston (by Dragon76)
Hampton Inn Houston Downtown, Crawford Street, Houston, TX, USAGet Directions
Zero Hunger in Washington (by Lula Goce)
Washington D.C., DC, USAGet Directions
Zero Hunger in Detroit
Detroit, MI, USAGet Directions
Zero Hunger in Battle Creek
Battle Creek, MI, USAGet Directions
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