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MURAL PORTFOLIO Two
Another collection of murals, graffiti productions, and public art from Rahmaan Statik Barnes. The art works on this web site were produced in many local locations, Chicago Illinois, Indianapolis Indiana, and
Evanston Illinois.
25.
Title: Villa and Zapata
Artist:  Rahmaan Statik
Medium: Spray Paint
Size: 10ft x 28ft
Location: Cullerton and Wolcott, Chicago, IL 
Date: 2004 and 2008
Content Explanation: This mural was to celebrate the legacy of Pancho Villa and Emiliano Zapata, as well as Mexican heritage in the neighborhood of Pilsen. The mural was commissioned by the owner of the building. It was painted on the garage door of the building.
26.
Title: Big Picture
Artist:  Rahmaan Statik
Medium: Spray Paint
student artist: Efran Chavez
Size: 10x60ft
Location: Big Picture H.S., Chicago, IL
Date: 2007
Content Explanation: This mural was done in collaboration with the students from Big Picture H.S. The image of the girl in the mural is a student of the school. It was done as part of the mural internship program with the Rahmaan Statik Studio. The image represents gaining creativity through studying.
27.
Title: Green Peace
Artist:  Statik, Merrow, Like One, Exaust
Medium: Spray Paint
Size: 16ft x 190ft
Location: Indianapolis, IN
Date: 2007
Content Explanation: This was a graffiti mural study of color, form, and graffiti letters.
28.
Title: Black Star
Artist:  Rahmaan Statik
Medium: Spray Paint
Size: 4ft x 48ft
Location: N/A live painting for block party
Date: 2007
Content Explanation: This mural was for an Englewood block party. It was for the STOP organization.
29.
Title: Torito Grocery Mural
Artist:  Rahmaan Statik and Dred 88
Medium: Spray Paint
Size: 20ft x 110ft
Location: N/A Cicero, IL
Date: 2004
Content Explanation: This was a commission for the Torito grocery store. The mural depicts Our Lady of Guadalupe giving Juan Diego roses.
 30.
Title: Self Expression
Artist: Rahmaan Statik and Carolyn Elane
Medium: Mosaic
Size: 4 x 8 Panels
Location: 79th and May; Calumet H.S Chicago, IL
Date: 2004
Content Explanation: This was a part of After School Matters Youth Program. The students constructed the mosaic under the instruction of Carolyn Elane. Rahmaan Statik illustrated the pieces.
31.
Title: Self Titled R.K.
Artist: Statik, Aeros, Acer, Dred 88
Medium: Spray Paint
Size: 16ft x 70ft
Location: n/a Chicago, IL
Date: 2004
Content Explanation: This is a piece from Meeting of Styles 2004. It was an R.K. collaborative piece. The mural is representative of the styles of the different R.K. members.
32.
Title: We are the Children
Artist:  Rahmaan Statik and Max Sansing
Medium: Acrylic Paint
Size: 12ft x 50ft
Location: n/a Chicago, IL
Date: 2001
Content Explanation: This was a commissioned mural from  Songhai Elementary School. The mural was done to promote the idea of becoming prominent and productive adults in society.
33.
Title: Wendell Smith
Artist:  Rahmaan Statik and Max Sansing
Medium: Spray Paint
Size: 10ft x 40ft
Location:103rd and Cottage Grove Chicago, IL
Date: 2001
Content Explanation: This was commissioned by Wendell Smith Elementary School. The mural was to show respect to Wendell Smith who was an African-American sportswriter who was influential in the choice of Jackie Robinson to become the first African-American player in Major League Baseball in the 20th century.
34.
Title: Negro League Baseball
Artist:  Statik, Acer, Dred 88, Aeros
Medium: Spray Paint
Size: 20ft x 94ft
Location: 43rd and Indiana Chicago, IL
Date: 2004
Content Explanation: This was a commission for The Negro League Cafe. The Negro Leagues were United States professional baseball leagues comprising teams predominantly made up of African-Americans.
35.
Title: Untitled
Artist: Statik, Acer, Aeros
Medium: Spray Paint
Size: 12ft x 70ft
Location: n/a Chicago, IL
Date: 2001
Content Explanation: This was a graffiti mural study of color, form, and graffiti letters.
36.
Title: The Arkay Project
Artist:  Statik, Dred, Aeros, Acer, Tar, Like one
Medium: Spray Paint
Size: 16ft x 150ft
Location: n/a Evanston, IL
Date: 2002
Content Explanation: This was a graffiti mural study of color, form, and graffiti letters.  Each section of representational art represents artists, laborers, and entrepreneurs of the Township of Evanston.
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