Saturday, June 13, 2020

Kansas City Crossroads Art Stands Up For Black Lives Matter Movement

Artsy tribute from the creative class that's worth a look and offers a glimpse of the overwhelming sentiment among the NEXTGEN . . . Take a look:

The Crossroads' newest mural is a touching tribute to the Black Lives Matter movement

Kansas City artists are working quickly to get messages out to the public. The colorful brick walls of Art Alley on the east side of the Crossroads Arts District hold works of the city's most talented muralists and graffiti artists. Art Alley's newest masterpiece by artists Alex Eickhoff (Eye Cough) and Thomas Richmond (Sabertooth) makes a bold statement.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

All Lives Matter

Anonymous said...

Honestly it looks like third rate amateur ghetto shit you can see in any other declining area across the country.

Anonymous said...

When all else fails lower your standards.

Anonymous said...

Ah there is the racist superman guy. Doesn't really like white people.

Anonymous said...

Real art would challenge the stereotypes about police and the fake victimhood narrative.

Anonymous said...

Amazing how the type of art influenced by latino railroad boxcar defacing carries over to possible defacing public property infraction.

I'll admit though - that's better art than I thought it would be.

Anonymous said...

Needs more white liberals kissing n washing the feet of kangs n queens.

Anonymous said...

Let me know when there's a mural in KCK to protest the black extremist Antoine Fielder, who shot and killed two white sheriff's deputies in Wyandotte County while being transferred to prison in 2018 and the rampant black-on-white crime. When will the racism stop? Rest in Heaven, Deputies Theresa King and Patrick Rohrer.

Anonymous said...

best thing to do is not bring attention to desperate animals like that. There's nothing wrong with remembering fallen heroes though - that was a sad day even more so by watching on t.v.

Racism will never stop. The good thing is one doesn't have to be thinking racism 24/7 - there are other better things to be doing each and every day.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- JUST ANOTHER BRICK IN THE WALL

Q: How does a racial group condemn itself to a perpetual cycle of underperformance?

A: They adopt the following lyrics as their mantra!!!
We don't need no education
We don't need no thought control
No dark sarcasm in the classroom
Teacher, leave them kids alone

Anonymous said...

Sorry, the low IQ diversity mob doesn't have the literacy or the attention span for Pink Floyd.

Anonymous said...

Blame U2 and Vanilla Ice. Pitiful.

Anonymous said...

It would be more realistic art if it showed a broken store window and BLM members jumping out the window with armloads of Nikes and flat screen t.v.'s.

But hey, reality does not fit the fake narrative of victim-hood.