Chicago artist Matthew Hoffman began the project nearly 2 decades ago. His saying can be seen on signs and walls across the city and increasingly across the United States.
The mural by artist Andre Trenier replaces one that had faded after a decade. It peers out from a spot on West Madison Street not far from where he was gunned down in his bed in a police raid.
The 1991 work by Marcus Akinlana and Olivia Gude — titled ‘Where There is Discord, Harmony; The Power of Art’ — is on the Black United Fund of Illinois’ building.
The Chicago artist’s latest project merges realism with cartoons to brighten the South Side neighborhood and the True Life Foundation’s center.