Murals, by nature, are community oriented projects and statements. They bring people in the local neighborhood together, while often telling a story. Their large scale allows for many layers of intricacy, artistic statements, political messages, historical figures, and playful images. Murals can be purely artistic expressions, community messages, or a combination of both. Three chapter projects have been selected, all involving the use of murals to build cohesion and allowing the community to take hold of the design process.
The [ART]box by the Washington D.C. Chapter, the SOMA Mural Project by the San Francisco Chapter, the We are El Futuro project by the Los Angeles Chapter.