Earth Crew 2000 | Undiscovered America
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September 15, 2018
Unveiling of the renewed Historic Mural, Undiscovered America.
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EARTH CREW 2000 ANNOUNCES THE MAKE OVER OF
 THE “UNDISCOVERED AMERICA” MURAL In Los Angeles Art District

 
 
After 25 years we are renewing our historic mural in the LA Art District! This mural, was painted in 1992 by Earth Crew 2000, a collective of graffiti crews who came together through a TEKIO youth project and wanted to acknowledge the greatness of the ancestral cultures that had resided and still reside in the Americas for thousands of years.
For More information and to make a donation to support this project visit Eko-Habitat.com.
 
 
LOCATION: Tokiwa Foods: 843 East 4th St., Los Angeles, CA 90013

1992
Artists: Earth Crew: Erick “Duke” Montenegro, Benjamin James Frank Jr., Rogelio “Angst” Cabral, and Joseph “Nuke Montalvo”. Coordinated by Helen Samuels. The little-known an under-appreciated achievements of Native American nations from Alaska to Argentina. The mural features a medicine wheel in the center in celebration of the healing of relations among all peoples of the world. Sponsored by the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs and commissioned by SPARC as one of the citywide “Neighborhood Pride” Murals.
 
http://muralconservancy.org/murals/undiscovered-america
 Photo Credit: Isabel Rojas-Williams 2011
 
 
http://www.publicartinla.com/LA_murals/USC/undiscovered.html