Photos: Walls Project

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  • Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- The Walls Project executive director Casey Phillips, seated lower right, and participants whoop it up for a group photo before their lunch break, while painting two walls in BREC's Gayosa Street Park with murals Saturday. The Walls Project's event was held in partnership with BREC, Elevator Projects and PPG Paints, to enhance the park and the community around Gayosa Street near North 22nd Street.

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  • Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- Brushes on break, some that were used to paint two walls in BREC's Gayosa Street Park with murals Saturday. The Walls Project's event was held in partnership with BREC, Elevator Projects and PPG Paints, to enhance the park and the community around Gayosa Street near North 22nd Street.

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  • Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- Jack 'Eight-Ball Jack' Gradney, a fine arts graduate of Southern University, works on one of two walls in BREC's Gayosa Street Park that were painted with murals Saturday. The Walls Project's event was held in partnership with BREC, Elevator Projects and PPG Paints, to enhance the park and the community around Gayosa Street near North 22nd Street.

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  • Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- Kelsie Tillage, 9, right, and her brother Kameron Tillage, 7, add their input to one of two walls in BREC's Gayosa Street Park that were painted with murals Saturday. The Walls Project's event was held in partnership with BREC, Elevator Projects and PPG Paints, to enhance the park and the community around Gayosa Street near North 22nd Street. Their mom Ann Tillage operates 'The Sharmooz,' a clothing design business in the Garden District.

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  • Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- Peace sign brushed on one of two walls in BREC's Gayosa Street Park that were painted with murals Saturday. The Walls Project's event was held in partnership with BREC, Elevator Projects and PPG Paints, to enhance the park and the community around Gayosa Street near North 22nd Street.

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  • Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- Fierce canine created on one of two walls in BREC's Gayosa Street Park that were painted with murals Saturday. The Walls Project's event was held in partnership with BREC, Elevator Projects and PPG Paints, to enhance the park and the community around Gayosa Street near North 22nd Street.

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  • Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- First-time volunteer Meagan Simone, flanked by The Walls Project/Elevator Projects artist Melisa Rad, background, works on one of two walls in BREC's Gayosa Street Park that were painted with murals Saturday. The Walls Project's event was held in partnership with BREC, Elevator Projects and PPG Paints, to enhance the park and the community around Gayosa Street near North 22nd Street.

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  • Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- 'Live Love Life' slogan brushed on one of two walls in BREC's Gayosa Street Park that were painted with murals Saturday. The Walls Project's event was held in partnership with BREC, Elevator Projects and PPG Paints, to enhance the park and the community around Gayosa Street near North 22nd Street.

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  • Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- Sean Illing, left, adds color to a wall next to the basketball court at BREC's Gayosa Street Park, where two walls were painted with murals Saturday, as (background, from left) his wife Lauren Illing visits with Zahra Walker, 8, and Alexis Stephenson, an Elevator Projects artist. The Walls Project's event was held in partnership with BREC, Elevator Projects and PPG Paints, to enhance the park and the community around Gayosa Street near North 22nd Street.

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