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We Will Not Be Satisfied Until, 2015
       
     
We Will Not Be Satisfied Until, 2015

Chattanooga, TN

Sher-Cryl High Performance Acrylic, non-woven media

42,179 sqft. 

 

Taking its name and inspiration from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech, We Will Not Be Satisfied Until is a massive, painted testament to the complex racial and cultural dynamics along M.L. King Blvd in Chattanooga. The mural’s lush color, locally-sourced imagery, and connective narrative reclaims an entire city block in an area undergoing rapid gentrification.  

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Chatta_10thStCorner_Whitaker_7.19M.jpg
       
     
Saligman3_10th Street Detail_cropped.jpg
       
     
Saligman7_Houston Wall.jpg
       
     
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Chatta_Detail3.jpg