Through detailed murals, Spray Their Name assists in uplifting the voices of oppressed, neglected, and silenced individuals as well as amplify the voices of leaders, activists, and allies in their specific communities. We believe that public art should reflect neighborhoods and the people within them. We are here to unify communities and enhance them through stunning public art.
Hiero Veiga and Thomas Evans are traveling nationwide collaborating with black, brown and supporting ally artists to paint murals focused on black and brown victims of police brutality such as George Floyd , Breonna Taylor , Ahmaud Arbery , and many others. Eventually, they would like to assist other noteworthy individuals respective to their communities in amplifying their voices. This may include activists, community leaders, and victims of violence and oppression.
Spray Their Name feels as if it is necessary to give a voice to individuals who have been shut out, oppressed, and silenced. Black lives, voices, and leaders matter.
How YOU can help:
We are asking for assistance in bringing this project to life through financial contributions. These generous contributions will allow us to allocate the necessary resources for murals such as paint, lifts, travel and other essentials items.
Help us amplify the voices of these incredible individuals.